Affordable & Accessible Housing for People with Disabilities
Inclusive Housing Resources is dedicated to managing and developing safe, affordable, and accessible housing opportunities in Hamilton, Butler, and Clermont counties.
IHR owns and manages 150 housing units located throughout Hamilton, Butler, and Clermont counties.
It is our goal to provide affordable quality living opportunities with a focus on people with disabilities. We offer homes in locations across the Tri-County area and with a variety of amenities in an effort to meet the location and needs of individuals. We believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to live a fulfilled and accomplished life and this begins with a home to launch from.
Services We Provide
Inclusive Housing Resources owns and manages 160 units of housing devoted to helping those with disabilities find a place they can call home. These units range from single-family to multi-unit apartment communities.
IHR is responsible for repairs and general upkeep of our properties. We are able to keep rents affordable through subsidy partners.
Many of our homes are modified to accommodate individual needs related to their disability. However, we also work with tenants and their families to provide modifications or renovations that may be required on a case-by-case basis.
Housing Locator Services (Butler County Only)
Through our contract with Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities, we accept referrals to assist people served by BCBDD in finding rental housing in the private market. Please reach out to your SSA if you need a referral.
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