Ohio Multi-County Development Corporation

Transitional Housing
Akron, OH
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680 East Market Street, Suite 307
Akron, OH - 44304

(330) 315-3718 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Ohio Multi-County Development Corporation

OMCDC’s transitional housing programs allow residents to stay in housing for 6-24 months while tenants reintegrate into an independent lifestyle. All transitional housing programs are rent subsidized and based on income qualifications and the level of need of each individual applicant. Their tenants are monitored by their housing coordinator and provided with supportive services if needed, with the ultimate goal of insuring that their tenants can remain on the right path to move into a more independent living situation.   Learn more about their transitional housing options below. See more at: http://www.omcdc.org/transitional-housing/#sthash.O4mzv6qO.dpuf

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

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