News from Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association
ONPHA represents over 760 non-profit housing providers across Ontario and its members house over 400,000 people in 160,000+ affordable non-profit rental units. ONPHA provides advocacy and government relations support, research, sample policies and practical resources, education and training, and management advice on issues that impact their membership and the tenants they serve.
ONPHA's members include municipal and private non-profits of all sizes, with all types of funding. Further information can be found at www.onpha.on.ca.More information
The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association's campaign, Housing Opens Doors, has launched. Visit the website, ring the bell, and help raise awareness of affordable housing.
Authors of a newly released report on housing issues are calling on provincial candidates to focus on creating affordable homes for more than 152,000 households on community housing wait lists across Ontario.
The 2011 edition of the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association's Where's Home? shows that it is increasingly difficult for low and modest income people in Ontario to find safe, affordable, and appropriate rental housing options.
In September, the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association (ONPHA) made recommendations regarding reforms to social assistance in Ontario to the Social Assistance Review Commission.