Wednesday Housing Institute

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Landlord-Tenant Law This interactive institute will offer on general information on Ohio’s Landlord Tenant Law in order to help providers and consumers understand, prevent, and resolve problems that may arise in the landlord-tenant relationship. Subjects include: rental agreements, repairs, the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants, security deposits, evictions and more.
Program Evaluation and Accountability Measuring outcomes is not just about attracting funding or meeting requirements; it’s about fidelity to an organization’s mission. During this full-day interactive session, providers will learn how to determine if their efforts are truly helping individuals, solving problems in the community, and making meaningful impact on the population they serve.
Applying Conflict Resolution to the Homeless System Staff working in the homeless system face frequent conflict due to stressful work environments and new crises that arise each day. This training equips attendees with skills for resolving conflicts. Gain a better understanding of how conflict impacts our lives, identify personal conflict styles, learn active listening and de-escalation skills, and look at practical applications in real-life scenarios.
Utilizing Supported Employment As formidable as the barriers to employment may seem for populations experiencing homelessness, there is an evidence-based practice that has been successful for programs that serve people who are chronically homeless, and other resources in the state are available to help, as well. In this comprehensive institute, attendees will learn how to access already available employment and benefit planning services, first steps for implementing the evidence-based practice, how to build relationships with employers, how to assist job seekers with legal histories, how to help homeless youth start careers, and how to support people in education and vocational training programs.
Thank you Park National Bank, sponsor of the 2019 Ohio Housing Institute

Housing Ohio 2019 is made possible by our generous sponsors:

Other confirmed sponsors include:

Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

Barbara Poppe & Associates

Buckeye Community Hope Foundation

Buckeye Health Plan

CareSource

CareWorksComp

CHN Housing Partners

Citizens Bank

Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

Community Housing Network

Corporation for Supportive Housing

Disability Rights Ohio

Duke Energy

Enterprise Community Partners

Fairfield Homes

Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati

Finance Fund and FCAP

First Financial Bank

Homeport

JPMorgan Chase

KeyBank

Millennia Housing Development

Model Group

Molina Healthcare of Ohio

Mount Carmel Health System

Mutual of America

National Church Residences

National Equity Fund, Inc.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Neighborhood Development Services

NeighborWorks Collaborative of Ohio

New Era Benefits Consulting

Novogradac & Co., LLP

Ohio Adult Care Facilities Association

Ohio REALTORS

Ohio State University College of Social Work

Park National Bank

PIRHL

Porter Wright

The Provident Companies

RED Capital Group

RiverHills Bank

Star Title Agency

Third Federal Savings & Loan

Tidwell Group

U.S. Bank

Vogt Strategic Insights

Wallick Communities

WesBanco Bank

Woda Cooper Companies


Other Supporters Include:

Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority

St. Mary Development Corp.

Thank you to the Nord Family Foundation for supporting need-based scholarships to attend Housing Ohio 2019.
For information on sponsorship, please contact Marcus Roth, Communications/Development Director, 614-280-1984 X 111; marcusroth@cohhio.org