Background

New Housing Ohio is an integrated real estate developer, builder, and property manager.  Our roots are as a developer of specialized housing, primarily serving the mentally ill, developmentally disabled, recovering, and homeless populations.  Since then, we have expanded into several communities throughout Ohio, and evolved into the multi-faceted organization we are today.


Purpose

Building Communities is not just a tagline; it’s what we do. As a community driven organization, we seek to re-use, revitalize, and reinvigorate the buildings and communities in which we work. Often, we seek to re-purpose older buildings, which frequently leads to further economic development in the surrounding areas.  However, we don’t stop there. We build communities AND we build people. We help people get back on their feet if they are homeless; help them recover if they are addicted; and, help them remain stable if they are living with mental illness or developmental disabilities.

 

Social Enterprise

NHO offers our services to the general public through our Social Enterprise initiatives.   While most of our efforts in development, construction, and property management focus on serving people in need, we do offer these same services directly to individual homeowners and to businesses. In the nonprofit world, this concept is generally known as “Social Enterprise.” It is a very compelling social movement, because when individuals and businesses hire us to provide services, the profit we make goes right back in to helping serve people in need.

 


Our Clients Say it Best
  • “Because of New Housing Ohio, many people who would have been homeless have found a safe haven to help rebuild their lives through the Morrison House. New Housing Ohio is a true blessing to our community.”–Pat DeMonte, Executive Director of Tiffin-Seneca United Way

  • "We are so thankful that our individuals are now in safe, clean, and caring homes that will lead them in their journey of recovery.  The staff at NHO treats residents as if they were their brother or sister, mother or father.  That’s the right way to treat people!"–Nancy Cochran, Executive Director, Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties

  • "The quality of residential care in our community has improved significantly with NHO, Inc. as a provider. The residents’ best interests are always a priority and the NHO management is attentive to the community’s housing needs."–Robin Reaves, PCC, Site Director, Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services of Seneca & Wyandot Counties