COHHIO is involved in a range of housing assistance services in Ohio, including homeless prevention, emergency shelters, transitional housing and permanent affordable housing with linkages to supportive services. COHHIO assists hundreads of housing organizations and homeless service providers in Ohio.
The COHHIO Directory of Services lists more than 900 nonprofit housing agencies and services that help prevent homelessness in Ohio. Organized alphabetically by county, this quick reference guide provides user-friendly information to help people avoid homelessness and find affordable housing.
The State of Ohio has developed several programs to help people who are ready to move our of nursing homes. These resources can point you to information about eligibility and services.
County Alcohol and Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Boards have information about local housing resources for individuals with mental illness. Use the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities County Board Directory to locate the board that serves your area.
Ohio Recovery Housing (ORH) is an alliance for individuals and organizations operating quality recovery housing in Ohio. ORH is a state affiliate of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR), which creates and maintains standards of excellence for recovery housing.
Using the Associate Locator search feature on the ORH website, you can search for recovery housing for yourself or someone else. Results will provide you with a list of options for counties that currently have an ORH Associate. The database is updated monthly.
The Residential State Supplement Program provides financial assistance to adults with disabilities who can live in eligible community housing. The person must be enrolled in Medicaid and receiving Social Security, SSI or SSDI. The RSS benefit helps pay for accommodations, supervision and personal care services. For more information or to apply call (614) 752-9316. View the Residential State Supplement brochure
Recovery Requires a Community assists people diagnosed with mental illness to move to and remain in community housing. It pays for goods and services not covered by other funding programs. For more information or to apply, call (614) 466-9985.