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HUD Ohio

portal.hud.gov

Provides information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance

Save The Dream Ohio

www.savethedream.ohio.gov

(888) 404-4674

Provides financial assistance to at-risk homeowners in Ohio

Ohio Housing Finance Agency

www.ohiohome.org

(614) 466-7970

Helps locate affordable housing and provides financial assistance

First Time Home Buyers Ohio

www.firsttimehomebuyerohio.com

(513) 777-8383

Provides resources for first time homeowners

Women in Business Networking (WiBN)

wibn.org

(937) 610-2292

Bridges to Success mentor program, toastmasters, coffee networking groups, leadership courses, lunch-n-learn sessions

Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority

www.cmhanet.com

(614) 421-6248

Provides affordable housing to residents of the Columbus area

Franklin County Foreclosure Resources

treasurer.franklincountyohio.gov

Provides a list of resources regarding foreclosure avoidance and assistance in Franklin County

Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority

www.cmha.net

(216) 348-5000

Provides affordable housing to residents of Cuyahoga County

NHS Greater Cleveland

www.nhscleveland.org

(216) 458.4663

Helps Greater Cleveland residents find affordable housing

Ohio Multi-County Development Corporation

www.omcdc.org

(330) 315-3718

Provides affordable housing in Northeast Ohio

Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority

www.cintimha.com

(513) 721-4580

Provides housing opportunities to residents of Hamilton County

Ohio Works First

jfs.ohio.gov

(614) 466-4815

Ohio Works First is the financial assistance portion of the state’s Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program, which provides cash benefits to needy families for up to 36 months.

Food Assistance

jfs.ohio.gov

(614) 466-4815

This program helps low-income people buy the food they need for good health.

Community Action Committee of Pike County

www.pikecac.org

1-866-820-1185

It is the mission of the Community Action Committee of Pike County to promote self-sufficiency among the low income population of Pike County, and to address the major causes of poverty. To accomplish this mission it will be necessary to develop a stable funding base, to create community awareness of agency efforts, to increase community participation of these efforts, to establish and maintain quality programs along with quality administration, and to create innovative operations and administration. Attention will be focused on the needs of Pike County while simultaneously seeking appropriate opportunities to meet the needs of the region. The agency will also focus on innovative activities serving all income groups to develop financial resources to better serve the low income population.

Akron Summit Community Action, Inc.

www.ascainc.org

330-376-7730

ASCA Inc. offers specific resources and educational training that promote economic self-sufficiency to low-income residents while assisting individuals and families to move upwards and out of poverty by providing a comprehensive system of education, training, support and resources that are central to the programs and services offered.

Career Center: Cuyahoga Works

www.cuyahogaworks.org

(216) 475-5000

Career counselors, an excellent research library, Maple Heights Job Club and runs workshops at several locations. They also offer the Ohio Career Information System database that has occupational information, career assessment tests, college and scholarship listings, and job search guidance. Free workshops: resume clinic, job search strategies, and Interview Prep. Individual appointments for career assessment, mock interviews, etc.

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