City Council presentation: How Evictions Contribute to Poverty in Cincinnati

Presentation to Cincinnati City Council by Gina Marsh, Executive Director of the Human Services Chamber and Stephanie Moes, Attorney for Legal Aid How evictions contribute to poverty in Cincinnati.  Presentation Slides Video of City Council Presentation Channel 9 Coverage ...
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Unlocking Doors to Homelessness Prevention: Solutions for Preventing Homelessness and Eviction

Unlocking doors to homelessness prevention • • • Eviction and Homelessness Prevention Research Project Your Way Home Montgomery County and HealthSpark Foundation https://healthspark.org/sites/npchf.org/files/attachments/eviction_homelessness_prevention_research_report_final_4-4-18.pdf ...
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AHA Annual Meeting

Affordable Housing Advocates Annual meeting will be 12 noon on June 5, 2018 at United Way of Cincinnati... more news to come ...
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NEW MEETING LOCATION

The next AHA Board and Membership Meetings will be held on fourth Tuesday at Shelterhouse, Barron Center at 411 Gest Street in the West End ...
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2018 AHA Membership! Exciting! Fabulous! New! Improved! Time to Pay!

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 ...
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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.

Membership Meetings

Our Meetings are held the Fourth Tuesday of each month at noon at Shelterhouse, 411 Gest Street, Cincinnati. Meetings are open to the public.