Wednesday Housing Institute

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Equal Access & Cultural Humility The Equal Access Rule, which was expanded in 2016, ensures that HUD’s housing and shelter programs are open to all eligible individuals and families regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. In this full day institute, we will build on common understanding of the LGBTQ community and invite participants to engage in shaping the culture of more inclusive organizations through everyday interactions.
Problem Solving: A Conflict Resolution Approach to Homelessness Prevention Problem Solving is a client-centered, conflict resolution approach that helps clients identify their own strengths and resources and connects them to resources to empower them to create their own paths out of homelessness. This institute delves into the Problem Solving philosophy and provides interactive activities to build effective techniques.
Leadership Institute: Hiring, Retention, and Supervision Retaining and cultivating high quality staff is an ongoing challenge for social services agencies. This institute for program managers and organization leadership will dig into best practices in staff recruitment, retention, and supervision.
Racial Equity & Homelessness 101 Racial minorities make up a majority of Ohio’s homeless system. Join COHHIO staff for a full day session as they introduce basic concepts of racism and racial equity, and explore historical context that explain modern day inequities in the homeless system. We invite you to examine your own internal, interpersonal, and societal experiences to build the skills needed to address inequities in your agency and community.
Thank you Park National Bank, sponsor of the 2020 Ohio Housing Institute

Housing Ohio 2020 is made possible by our generous sponsors:

Other confirmed 2020 sponsors include:

Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County

AmeriHealth Caritas

Anthem

Barbara Poppe & Associates

Buckeye Community Hope Foundation

CareSource

CareWorksComp

Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

Community Housing Network

Corporation for Supportive Housing

CREA

Disability Rights Ohio

Duke Energy

Enterprise Community Partners

Episcopal Retirement Services

Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati

Finance Fund

First Financial Bank

Homeport

JPMorgan Chase

KeyBank

Miami Valley Housing Opportunities

Model Group

Mount Carmel Health System

Mutual of America

National Church Residences

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

New Era Benefits Consulting

NRP Group

Ohio Adult Care Facilities Association

Ohio REALTORS

Ohio State University College of Social Work

Park National Bank

Preservation of Affordable Housing

The Provident Companies

Orix Real Estate Capital

RiverHills Bank

Star Title Agency

Stock Development Company

Third Federal Savings & Loan

Tidwell Group

United Church Homes

U.S. Bank

Vogt Strategic Insights

Wallick Communities

Woda Cooper Companies


Other Supporters Include:

CHN Housing Partners

NeighborWorks Collaborative of Ohio

St. Mary Development Corp.

Wanted: Housing Ohio 2020 Sponsors
Contact Marcus Roth, Communications/Development Director, 614-280-1984 X 111; marcusroth@cohhio.org