Hello housing advocates: Its time to pay your 2018 AHA dues now! AHA membership renews on a calendar year basis. You can pay online with paypal or print and mail a hard copy check: both choices are available at this ...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Affordable Housing Advocates Respond to Budget & Finance Action re: Housing Trust Fund CINCINNATI, OH – October 5, 2017 – In November of 2016 the Affordable Housing Advocates Board of Trustees and general body members gathered to ...Read More
There is a critical shortage of affordable and accessible housing in the City of Cincinnati. Over 28,770 households in the city have an annual income below $23,000, but pay more than 30% of their income on housing. More than half ...Read More
Presentation by Rick Sauer of the Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations regarding use of a Housing Trust Fund in Philadelphia. Presented at Affordable Housing Advocates Annual Meeting on June 13 ...Read More
Here is the presentation about Housing Trust Funds from the Affordable Housing Advocates Annual Meeting on June 13 presented by Katie Heins of the Center for Community Change .Creating a HTF and Cincinnati 0613 presentation ...Read More
Housing Affordability in Hamilton County An analysis of households, housing affordability,and housing subsidy in Hamilton County and Cincinnati, Ohio February, 2017 This report was produced by the Community Building Institute (CBI) at Xavier University, through the generous funding of Local ...Read More
Who is AHA?
This group formed to share the expertise and information gathered by its members over decades of service to the Greater Cincinnati community in the area of affordable housing and to initiate and support plans of action that will further the creation, retention and accessibility of affordable housing in our community.
We are a diverse group of advocates, spanning the grassroots, faith-based, development and planning communities. For a list of our members and advisors, view the membership page.
Our Meetings are held the Fourth Tuesday of each month at noon at the United Way Building, 2400 Reading Road, Cincinnati. Meetings are open to the public.