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Since 2007, <strong>Strategies to End Homelessness</strong> has led a coordinated community effort with the goal of ending homelessness in Greater Cincinnati.
We envision a community in which everyone has a stable home and the resources needed to maintain it.
What We Do
We work in partnership with<a href="https://www.strategiestoendhomelessness.org/who-we-are/provider-list/" rel="nofollow"> 30 non-profit organizations</a> to coordinate a <a href="https://www.strategiestoendhomelessness.org/caphotline_can_help/" rel="nofollow">centralized emergency shelter hotline</a>, homelessness <a href="https://www.strategiestoendhomelessness.org/what-we-do/prevention-and-shelter-diversion/" rel="nofollow">prevention</a>, street outreach, emergency shelter and provide housing solutions.
Because of our work, Cincinnati is recognized across the Country. Specifically, as a leader in implementing innovative and effective programs to end homelessness. In December 2015, the <strong>U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)</strong> named <strong>Strategies to End Homelessness</strong> a <strong>Unified Funding Agency</strong>. This is in recognition of the strength of our community’s homeless services system. There are more than 410 individual federally-funded homeless services systems in the U.S. Strategies to End Homelessness is only 1 of 8 to be named as <strong>Unified Funding Agency</strong>.
<strong>Strategies to End Homelessness</strong> receives funding in part by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), City of Cincinnati, and Hamilton County. Additionally, we are proud to be a United Way Agency Partner.