Homelessness Crisis Response Program
Serving Knox, Coshocton and Holmes Counties

The Homelessness Crisis Response Program (HCRP) is a federally funded program enacted to help persons affected by the current economic crisis. The HCRP program strives to prevent homelessness for low-income individuals by providing coordinated intake, rapid re-housing services and assistance which will promote homeless persons to move from shelter to safe housing as quickly as possible in Coshocton and Knox Counties. Homeless diversion/prevention activities will be carried out under specified circumstances in Holmes County to allow eligible families to remain safely housed in their current homes.

Population served:               Homeless or at-risk individuals or families with a household income at or below 30% of average median income (AMI).

 

Services Provided:

 

Eligible participants may receive short term financial assistance, housing relocation and stabilization services, and/or ongoing case management in order to reach housing stability.

 

Goals:

 

To assist eligible program participants to quickly obtain and sustain safe, stable housing.

 

Income Guidelines:

 

30% of the current area median income (30% AMI).

 

120 N. 4th Street
Coshocton, Ohio  43812                  
(740) 502-6535
309 S. Main Street
Mount Vernon, Ohio  43050
(740) 502-6535
 
224 N. Clay Street
Millersburg, Ohio  44654
(740) 502-6535
 

Funding provided by the Ohio Development Services, Office of Housing and Community Partnerships 

                   

                                             

 

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