Unsheltered Homelessness in Cincinnati

Most people who experience homelessness in Cincinnati are sheltered. But each year hundreds of neighbors experience unsheltered homelessness (or street homelessness) in our community. Unsheltered homelessness increased slightly in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, since 2013 street homelessness in Cincinnati is down by 39.5%. This type of homelessness

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness May 16, 2022

Help for Hamilton County Homelessness: 381-SAFE

Hamilton County Homelessness On The Rise Homelessness is a critical local issue. In 2021, 6,062 people in Hamilton County experienced homelessness, residing in an emergency shelter or sleeping in places not meant for human habitation. This includes 1,381 children under age 18. These numbers will likely increase as eviction moratoria and

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness May 3, 2022

Our regional response to ending homelessness

Strategies to End Homelessness serves as the lead agency for the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Continuum of Care for the Homeless and oversees funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. A role we have held since 2007. Now we’re taking a regional response to ending homelessness. We oversee and coordinate

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness November 16, 2021

Who is most likely to become homeless?

Who is most likely to become homeless? People Facing Eviction? Local and national data indicate that very few people go straight from being evicted into literal homelessness, even in non-COVID-times. Millions of dollars are currently available through the CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan to assist people who are

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness October 21, 2021

Focus on Family Homelessness

In response to the rise of family homelessness in Cincinnati, the Solutions for Family Homelessness Plan was released in 2015. This collaborative group is on a mission to end family homelessness: Strategies to End Homelessness, Bethany House Services, Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati, St. Vincent de Paul Society, The Salvation

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness October 19, 2021

Increased Calls for Help

During the first eight months of 2021 there were increased calls for help to our Central Access Point Helpline. There was a 58% increase in the number of calls for help to our Central Access Point Helpline compared to the same period in 2020. As we all know, the need

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness October 1, 2021

Funding Prioritization Event To Be Held Virtually 8/13 – See Article for Login Details

Attention CoC Funded Agencies, Community Members, and Friends August 13th 2021 at 1:00 pm, we will hold the Community Prioritization Event (CPE) for the 2021 Cincinnati/Hamilton County OH-500 Continuum of Care Competition. CoC-Funded agencies are required to attend and participate. All community members, partners and friends are welcome! We especially

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness July 22, 2021

Emergency Housing Voucher Assessment

If you can no longer stay in your current living situation and are being asked to leave and would end up in shelter without assistance, please click this link to complete the Emergency Housing Voucher Assessment. Please be aware that the Emergency Housing Vouchers are an extremely limited resource. Submitting this

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness July 9, 2021

Take A Stand Against Homelessness

Take a stand against homelessness Cincinnati! Here are simple ways to take a stand against homelessness. Compassionate people like you are changing the world. And collective social actions change public perception, inform and influence conversation. Here are simple ways to continue your advocacy. Hope is hard right now – but your support makes all

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Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness May 25, 2021