Who is AHA?
Housing Advocates (AHA) is a group of housing providers, advocates and
consumers dedicated to the goal of ensuring good, safe, accessible,
affordable housing for all people in Southwest Ohio.
focus is on meeting the housing needs of very low, low, and
moderate-income individuals and families. 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
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 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.
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Housing Affordability in Hamilton County.
An analysis of households, housing affordability,
and housing subsidy in Hamilton County and Cincinnati, Ohio
Affordable Housing Study 2015: Responding to the Critical Need for Affordable Housing in Cincinnati Lessons on Overcoming Local Governance and Community Opposition
A joint study by Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition and Affordable Housing Advocates
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Who Needs Affordable Housing in Greater Cincinnati?
Affordable Housing Advocates (AHA), in association with the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, PNC Foundation and the Cincinnati Development Fund, has released an educational video about affordable housing. To view the video, click the arrow on the image at left.
Discussion Guide: cover and credits
Discussion Guide: instructions and questions
Contact AHA to request CD copies of this video ($5 plus postage).
Contact AHA to request a speaker and discussion leader for your group.