Info: They provide affordable housing opportunities for people that live in Cleveland. They are currently providing rental assistance for homeowners and renters due to COVID-19.
Info: CMHA aims to provide safe, quality and affordable housing. Please review eligibility requirements on their website before applying.
Info: This is for rent with a minor. Their PRC program may help with rent or a deposit. ODJFS asks everyone to call United Way first to see what other programs are available. Call United Way at 211 via phone.
Info: United Way coordinates access to homeless shelters, permanent supportive housing and rent assistance for individuals and families living in Summit or Medina counties who are homeless or facing eviction.
Info: Workers in the City’s department of aging are available to assist and relocate Seniors facing eviction. Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm
Info: The Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Community Advocacy Clinic has prepared the
COVID-19 TENANT HARDSHIP AFFIDAVIT. This form may assist you to better document
and more easily apply for any assistance programs available now or in the future from your local,
State, or Federal Government, as well as any private assistance programs that may be available
in your community
No Evictions – Ohio Poverty Law
Info: They will be helpful to anyone currently facing evictions, and may be able to put them into contact with legal resources.
Info: This nonprofit provides free legal assistance to anyone, regardless of their income. They provide services in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, and Lorain counties. For help fighting an eviction, reach out to the Legal Aid Society regarding their Right to Counsel program.
Info: Coordinated Intake is available by phone from 8am to 8pm Monday through Friday. After hours and on the weekends, they can be accessed by calling 211 first. Shelters are “Open Access” meaning that the gender on your ID card or birth certificate does not have to match your gender.
• Go to: 1736 Superior Ave. 2nd floor; 8 am – 8 pm
• No need to call ahead or stay at a shelter.
• Call: 216-391-0264
• 7000 Euclid Ave. Suite 202; 8 am – 6 pm
After 8 P.M.
• Men go to: 2100 Lakeside Shelter
• Women go to: 2227 Payne Ave.
• Families call 2-1-1 for a shelter referral.
Homeless Hotline (Summit & Medina Counties)
Info: Call between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays. The Homeless Hotline conducts screening and intakes for most homeless shelters, permanent supportive housing programs and rent payment assistance programs in Summit and Medina counties.
Info: NEOCH is aims to “organize and empower homeless and at-risk men, women, and children to break the cycle of poverty through public education, advocacy, and the creation of nurturing environments.”
Info: Grants are available for homeowners to repair and renovate their properties The Cleveland Housing Network’s rental assistance program is open to citizens of Cuyahoga county. You can apply here.
Info: This organization can help you with a wide variety of home assistance resources such as tool libraries and financial assistance. They strive to empower residents with the knowledge and skills they need to maintain their homes for sustainable & diverse communities.
Info: This organization offers loans to assist with home repairs. Call to see if you qualify for their services. Contact Mary Nighswander at 216-458-4663 or email@example.com
Miscellaneous Home Resources
COVID-19 Resources For Communities– Greater Ohio Policy Center
Info: A hub for various resources including rental assistance, find shelter toolkits, and utility assistance.
Info: ESOP helps adults in all stages of life achieve and maintain financial wellness and housing stability. Their services include free financial coaching and counseling, housing and home ownership guidance, financial security for older adults, and zero interest small dollar loans.
Info: This loan is available to Cuyahoga County owner-occupants and can be used to enhance properties with market values below $250,000.
Info: This organization has a variety of services available to seniors who live in Cleveland. Their services include chore services, weatherization assistance, grants, and more.
Info: For individuals who are receiving treatment for mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders.