This website allows social workers within the OCHN network to search for housing options for individuals receiving services through OCHN.
Renter Readiness is a free monthly workshop series designed to provide valuable information and insight for current and future renters. These workshops give practical and useful guidance around being a successful tenant, protecting your rights, housing affordability and how to recognize and report rental discrimination. Fair housing is your right – use it!
We actively seek out opportunities to work with local, state and federal entities to create high-quality, rental residential homes built and maintained to be appealing and affordable for hard-working families and individuals.
Our Housing Resource Center is a free service and the best first step for anyone in a housing crisis. Our trained specialists can help recommend options connecting callers to programs and resources to address housing needs.
We help people with disabilities who are homeless and their family members find affordable rental housing.
Do your homework before you rent from a landlord.
To insure accessibility for people with disabilities HUD has provided many rules to the public housing commission (PHC) that administer the vouchers.
As difficult as it is to define affordable housing, it is often difficult to understand what it is and why creating affordable housing is beneficial.
The housing choice voucher program is one of the federal government’s most popular housing programs to assist families with very low-income to afford safe and affordable housing.
Affordable housing developments can be used as a community revitalization tool, especially when units are built on scattered sites throughout the community.
As apartment complexes are being sold, long-time landlords are adjusting the rents to what the market will bear.
I have been able to put together the top nine consistent places where people live in order to have affordable housing.
People with lower incomes are getting priced out of some areas.
Following the link below, you will find lists of subsidized apartments throughout the local community. Please note that some of the entries in this list are not true subsidized housing but are affordable and provided as additional options for consideration.
The organizations listed in the linked document provide resources to help with basic needs such as shelter, food and clothing.
These resources can help you get information on obtaining a housing choice voucher (Section 8).
Find the right apartment or house for you (accessible, affordable, walkable).