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Local Nonprofit Organizations
Cleveland Housing Network (CHN)
The Cleveland Housing Network is a non-profit organization committed to providing affordable housing to families living in poverty throughout Cleveland.
Cleveland Neighborhood Development Coalition (CNDC)
Community development alliance actively participating in the restoration of Cleveland neighborhoods, with emphasis on solving housing-related issues.
Neighborhood Progress, Inc. (NPI)
Neighborhood Progress, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to building thriving neighborhoods by providing financial support and other resources to local community development corporations.
Cleveland Housing Court
The Cleveland Housing Court is dedicated to improving the housing stock of Cleveland through education and enforcement.
A Place For Us Development, Inc.
A non-profit gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organization, whose mission for the past eight years has been to provide a planned community with various services ranging from health care, cultural, spiritual, social and educational is developing a housing project designed and dedicated to multigenerational gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender individuals and inclusive of all those supportive of such diversity.
Lutheran Housing Corporation
Organization with focus on developing and maintaining affordable housing in Cleveland as well as providing housing-related services to low and moderate income homeowners.
Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity
Non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating poverty housing by providing a “hands-up” partnership opportunity for low-income, working families to become self-sufficient homeowners and new community stakeholders.
Cleveland Tenants Organization
Organization providing information about the Ohio Landlord Tenant Law to landlords and tenants.
Coalition on Homeless and Housing in Ohio (COHHIO)
A coalition of organizations and individuals committed to ending homelessness and to promoting decent, safe, fair, affordable housing for all persons.
Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH)
Advocacy organization providing various services to the Cleveland-area homeless.
Sisters of Charity Foundation
Local foundation contributing to the development of affordable housing by providing financial support to neighborhood and community organizations.
Shorebank Cleveland
Local group aiding in the finance of community redevelopment by bringing additional resources into the revitalization effort.
Govt. Housing Agencies in Cleveland
Department of Community Development
Department of city government involved in the development of a viable urban community including decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities principally for persons of low and moderate income.
Other National Housing Orgz.
National Alliance of HUD Tenants
A multi-cultural, tenant-controlled alliance of tenant organizations in privately-owned, multifamily HUD-assisted housing.
Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
National organization participating in housing programs by providing grants, loans, and equity investments to CDCs and other local organizations.
National Housing Institute
National organization performing research on housing-related such topics as saving subsidized housing, homelessness prevention, and affordable housing development.
National Low Income Housing Coalition
The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated to increasing the stock of affordable housing throughout the United States and creating opportunities for low-income Americans.
National Housing Org. in Cleveland
The Enterprise Foundation
National foundation that provides loans, grants and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations that are building and revitalizing local neighborhoods.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Department of the federal government directly involved in increasing homeownership, supporting community development, and increasing access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
State of Ohio
Ohio Department of Community Development
Department of the state government striving to develop more affordable housing to revitalize communities, provide weatherization and energy effiency assistance, and aid in finding emergency shelter, transitional, and permanent housing for the homeless.
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
OCCH helps public and private developers create affordable housing opportunities by building partnerships among the different actors and providing technical assistance.
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
Agency offering affordable housing opportunities for Ohioans from rental assistance to homeownership by providing financial assistance.
Ohio Housing Trust Fund
State funding source that provides affordable housing opportunities, expands housing services, and improves housing conditions for low-income Ohioans.

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