Who We Are
CHN is a highly seasoned, nonprofit affordable housing developer and housing service provider that works with its partners to solve major housing challenges for low-income people and underserved communities. We partner with cities and organizations to deliver housing solutions for their constituents. We partner with utility companies, financial institutions, and public agencies to manage and deliver large-scale housing resources to the community. We partner with people—low-income individuals, families, seniors, the disabled and the homeless—to improve their housing stability.
Through our partnerships we have developed over 7,000 affordable homes, and each year serve over 60,000 families through a wide array of housing services.
We work in Ohio and neighboring states to preserve and expand affordable housing, building equitable communities. By investing in affordable housing, we are investing in families, communities and the economy. We are investing in the power of a permanent address.
Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
CHN Housing Partners is an organization of builders who bring together all varying backgrounds, ideas, abilities, and points of view to invent solutions, products, and services in collaboration with employees, customers and communities served.
We aspire to create an organization and an environment where equity, belonging and inclusion are achievable for all; where respect and appreciation are the cornerstone of our culture; where equal access and opportunity to learn, grow, succeed, and thrive are available to everyone.
We embrace courageous dialogue, seek to understand and serve as allies, mentors, and sponsors to create positive employee experiences for all team members. We value the power of our differences and the impact we can make when we come together united by shared values and purpose.
Principles of Our Work
Why Housing Matters
Every year, millions of people look for ways to move out of poverty. We believe stable, affordable housing is the platform from which they can succeed. We know the power of a permanent address can improve a child’s health, increase a parent’s job opportunities, improve a student’s education and revitalize a struggling neighborhood. By investing in affordable housing, we are investing in families, communities, and the economy. We are investing in the power of a permanent address.