HUD Funded Housing Services

Ohio Valley Goodwill works with several Housing and Urban Development programs. Temporary housing assistance is available through HUD’s Rapid Re-housing projects. Assistance is also available to assist homeless persons with disabilities in finding permanent housing.

Rapid Re-housing Services

Goodwill Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Housing Assistance funding offers short-term rental assistance through a re-housing grant for homeless individuals/families. This program operates on a referral basis only from the Local Continuum of Care, Strategies to End Homelessness. To access this program; please call 513-381-7233.

The primary purpose of the Hamilton County’s Rapid Re-housing Assistance Project is to aid eligible individuals in obtaining safe and affordable housing.

The following services are provided under the Rapid Re-housing project:

  • Assessment of individual’s housing needs, preferences, and ability to afford housing.
  • Individually focused money and time management training, community living training, health care training, problem-solving instruction, home maintenance training, home safety lessons and nutritional guidance.
  • Identification and assistance contacting other needed community services.
  • Limited financial help with rent and utilities for eligible individuals.


For more information about Goodwill’s HUD funded homeless services, please contact the HUD program staff at 513-631-4500.