Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Greater Cincinnati


Established 1968

Mission HOME’s mission is to eliminate unlawful discrimination in housing in the Greater Cincinnati area. HOME advocates and enforces housing regulations for all protected classes and promotes stable, integrated communities.


Serving Our Community HOME offers a variety of services, free of charge, to help eliminate illegal housing discrimination, prevent homelessness, and educate tenants and landlords about their fair housing rights and responsibilities.

HOME’s Enforcement Team investigates complaints of illegal discrimination and offers suggestions for courses of action. HOME’s Tenant Advocates work with families in danger of losing their housing by providing information and advocating on their behalf with landlords.

HOME also provides professional training to housing providers, housing consumers, caseworkers, and local social service agencies. HOME has a small program that helps qualified Section 8 voucher holders find housing in low-poverty, high-opportunity neighborhoods, near good schools and jobs. HOME has bilingual staff members who can assist Spanish speakers.


Jeniece Jones, MPA, J.D., Executive Director

Board of Trustees
Stephanie Moes, President
Kyria Graves, Vice President
Michael Cureton, Treasurer
Gina Ruffin-Moore, Secretary
Frank Bowen Jr.
Rev. James H. Cantrell
Val T. Davis
Jeff Gatica
Robert Hall
Robert Harris
Harold Jones
Dottie Lewis
Lydia Morgan
Julietta Simms
Marian Spencer
Michele Stacy
Heather Sturgill
Robert Wahlke

Other Ways to Help

  • Community Forum, December 6, 2016
  • HOME for the Holidays Party, December 8, 2016

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Greater Cincinnati
2400 Reading Rd., Suite 118
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 721-4663

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