Affordable Housing Study

Cincinnati, OH 2015

Responding to the Critical Need for Affordable Housing in Cincinnati:

Lessons on Overcoming Local Governance and Community Opposition





Annual Reports

GCCH 2013 Annual Report- Annual Report 2013

GCCH 2012 Annual Report-  GCCH 2012 Annual Report- In Unity there is Strength

GCCH 2010-2011 Annual Report Our Grassroots Are Strong – 2010-2011 Annual Report Web Version

GCCH 2008-2009 Annual ReportIn the Zone: Redrawing Community2008_2009_Annual_Report

GCCH 2007 Annual Report Word on the Street GCCH_07_Annual_Report

GCCH 2006 Annual ReportGCCH_06_Annual_Report

GCCH 2005 Annual ReportGCCH_05_Annual_Report

GCCH 2004 Annual Report – GCCH_2004_Anl_Rpt


Family Homelessness and Housing Stability Study


The Homeless Coalition worked with numerous organizations including:  faith community, shelter, emergency services, prevention, government, housing and more.  We held focus groups with dozens of families from around Hamilton County.  We crunched years worth of statistics.  2012 will be spent working on  policy recommendations. Family Homelessness and Housing Stability Study ____________________________________________________________________________________

Homeless in Cincinnati Study


A study of the causes and conditions of homelessness prepared for The Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless by Applied Information Resources (AIR, Inc.) Funded by The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati The Greater Cincinnati Foundation September 2001. In 1986, researchers completed a comprehensive study to better understand and quantify homelessness, a social trend which afflicted not just Cincinnati but the entire nation. At that time, the researchers saw their work as a one-time undertaking. They thought that the lessons learned from their subsequent description would improve social services, thereby counteract homelessness. An improving economy would further hasten the reduction of the number of homeless people. A second study, completed in 1993, showed that their expectations would not be met. Not only had the number of homeless people increased, but the conditions that pushed people into homelessness had expanded. In addition, the composition of the homeless population had changed, becoming made up of more women, children, and African-Americans. In 2000, the study was repeated again, and the findings are even more disturbing. GCCH_HomelessInCincinnati ________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Criminalization of Homeless Individuals in Cincinnati


Criminalization of Homeless Individuals in Cincinnati Criminalization_of_Homeless_Individuals_in_Cincinnati


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