Find housing information in Cuyahoga County. Begin your search by entering key words or browse the categories. You can include zip codes and anything related to what you are seeking. Lowercase is fine.
Website has the ordinances for many municipalities and counties.
Provides affordable housing and related resources including utility and rental assistance.
The Cleveland Division of Fire participates in the American Red Cross Operation Save-A-Life, which provides free smoke alarms, batteries, and installation. All elderly and low income Cleveland residents of Cleveland qualify for this no-cost program. Call (216) 361-5535 Red Cross
Handles evictions, tenant/landlord relations and code violations. The website has sample 3, 30 and 24hr notices and lease.
CMHA owns and manages property and administers rent subsidy programs to provide eligible low-income individuals and families affordable housing in Cuyahoga County.
Non-profit serving low- and moderate-income families in Cuyahoga County. Programs include home repair, tool loan and housing counseling services. Heating, electrical and plumbing upgrades Carpentry work – interior and exterior, Security – doors, windows and locks, Roofing, Accessibility – ramp installation, kitchen/bath modification, and barrier removal for physically challenged. Eligibility Requirements.
County website that has the directory for Cuyahoga County Administrative Agencies & Programs
A non-profit provides individuals with the knowledge and tools they needed to ensure their financial wellness and housing stability. HUD-Approved Housing and Financial Counseling Agency.
provides a number of services to individuals, real estate owners and professionals, as well as municipalities, counties and other government entities concerning fair housing, fair lending and related matters.
An overview of Fair Housing Laws for Landlords and Tips on how to advertise and rent your property. From the attorney generals office.
The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program that provides eligible Ohioans assistance with their home energy bills. This one-time benefit is applied directly to the customer’s utility bill or bulk fuel bill. Income eligibility and application required.
The Home Energy Assistance Summer Crisis Program provides a one-time benefit to eligible Ohioans with cooling assistance during the summer months. The program runs from July 1 to September 30. Income eligibility and application required.
HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) is the Federal agency responsible for national policy and programs that address America’s housing needs, and enforce fair housing laws.
The Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP) provides eligible Ohioans with assistance to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and reduce their energy costs. Priority is given to Ohioans who are older than age of 60, those with disabilities, those with children in the home, and households with a high energy usage and/or burden. Income eligibility requirement and application.
related to rental registration, certain residential rental units required to be certified lead-safe, lead hazards
and lead poisoning prevention.
Education and community engagement regarding lead paint dangers, prevention.
Link to their website to search for nursing homes, assisted living and adult care homes located in Ohio. You can also review inspection and complaint reports from Ohio Dept of Health.
Supported living, consortium homes, and intermediate care facilities (ICF) for people with developmental disabilities. Adults & Children.
A nonprofit organization that provides:
• Low-cost desktop & laptop computers, computer accessories
• Internet devices and subscriptions
The Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) helps eligible Ohioans manage their energy bills year- round. Payments are based on a percentage of household income and are consistent year-round.
The designated Community Action Agency for Cuyahoga County. One of their programs is assisting with HEAP applications for utility assistance.
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