For years Amber dreamed of living in a home of her own. With the guidance of OHFA’s Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) coordinators, Amber closed on the perfect home just before the New Year.
Countless times, Kaylee drove through the neighborhood with streets lined with neat bricked homes. She never imagined she might actually live there someday.
In its heydey, the old Logan County Hospital housed a maternity ward. After four decades, the former hospital has experienced a rebirth as The Villas of Benedictine Pointe, serving as apartments for seniors.
Just just beyond the hustle and bustle of the city, a neighborhood of robin blue duplexes funded in part with OHFA’s National Housing Trust Fund plays an integral role in rebuilding lives.