Community Properties of Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

Revitalizing Neighborhoods, Impacting Lives

CPO Management | www.cpoms.org

Community Properties of Ohio Management Services (CPO) serves as the property manager for a range of affordable housing opportunities. We believe affordable housing is a platform on which individuals and families can build on for future successes. CPO Management and our supportive services affiliate, CPO Impact, goes beyond traditional property management in providing innovative resident programs to promote long-term goals and self-sufficiency. We manage 2,700 units which includes our own portfolio of affordable housing as well as properties developed by valued OCCH partners such as Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority and Homeport.


CPO Managed Housing Portfolio

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17%
28%
1%
10%
34%
10%

LIHTC Single-Family, Lease-Purchase Housing

LIHTC Multifamily, Rental Housing

Student-Parent Supportive Housing

Senior Project-Based Section 8

Multifamily, Project-Based Section 8

Permanent Supportive Housing

2017 CPO Impact Funding Sources

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22%
13%
5%
13%
18%
18%
11%

CPO Initiative Partnerships

Reserves

United Way

OSU Research Foundation

Ohio Capital Impact Corporation

Annie E. Casey Foundation

Other grants & donors

Resident Services Objectives:

– Stable Housing

– Resident Growth

– Safe Neighborhood

– Successful Children

– Community Learning

Empowering Residents to Prosper

CPO Impact | www.cpoimpact.org

Many residents have both the desire and ability to move beyond the need for subsidized housing over time. 2017 resident growth opportunities focused on employment, adult education, and family-achievement coaching.

Sponsors: Ohio Capital Impact Corporation, Annie E. Casey Foundation, The City of Columbus, AmeriCorps, Serve Ohio, and United Way of Central Ohio

Employment rate of those completing a transitional job and/or AmeriCorps

of families demonstrated progress towards self-sufficiency on annual assessment

Families honored at annual event for commitment to growth

College graduates from Columbus Scholar House program (2012-2017)

Igniting Bright Futures

CPO Impact | www.cpoimpact.org

The greatest opportunity for impact is helping CPO children prepare for success. Strategies include home-based kindergarten readiness interventions, linkage to quality child care and summer camp, and community supports at Weinland Park Elementary.

Sponsors: AmeriCorps, Serve Ohio, Ohio Capital Impact Corporation (OCIC), The Ohio State University Early Head Start, and Siemer Family Foundation

822 Children age 0-5 years
501 Children age 6-12 years
116 Children age 13-17 years

Priority child care slots

Books provided through literacy program, CPO Building Blocks

Attended OCIC-sponsored summer camps

Inspiring a Culture of Achievement

CPO Impact | www.cpoimpact.org

In 2017, we launched the Parent Pledge, a supportive network of parents and organizations committed to creating a successful learning environment for children. Family University, a series of educational sessions to equip and empower parents, came out of this work.

Sponsors: Annie E. Casey Foundation

Families took the Parent Pledge

Average daily attendance of Parent Pledge students at Weinland Park Elementary School

Parents participated in Weinland Park Family University

Weinland Park Family University Survey respondents shared lessons with their family

Investing in Collective Impact

CPO Impact | www.cpoimpact.org

Data sharing is vital to measuring collective impact. In 2017, we built our network of data sharing partnerships, which now includes 5 service providers and 4 evaluation partners. We also invested in our technological infrastructure, creating a centralized repository using Efforts to Outcomes™ software and leveraging ApexData applications for mobile data collection. These innovations led to unprecedented capacity for understanding our results.

Sponsors: Annie E. Casey Foundation, and The Columbus Foundation

Staff hours invested

Clients opted into data sharing

Collected baseline indicators in these areas of impact:

– Education

– Employment

– Finances

– School Readiness

– School Success