Community Housing Network is the largest and longest-standing provider of permanent supportive housing in Franklin County.
Since 1987, we’ve applied our spirit of service and innovation to develop and manage apartments and family homes for people experiencing homelessness with mental illness, addiction, and trauma-related issues.
We do this work because home matters—to everyone. And to the most vulnerable members of our community, home is where healing starts. It is the foundation of stability and well-being—and all the opportunities that lie beyond.
Properties at more than 160 sites throughout Franklin County
More than 1,400 residents housed at a time
96% of residents maintain permanent housing
9,829 households served since 1987