The State of Ohio CHIP Program provides grants to small cities that will help them to specifically provide housing assistance to qualified applicants. Those grants must be applied for by the municipality, and they are awarded on a competitive basis.
In 2009, the City of Xenia received and distributed over $500,000 in CHIP funds to low-income apartment renters, and to homeowners to improve their homes.
In 2014 the City of Xenia entered into an agreement with Greene County to apply for and subsequently administer a new CHIP program. This grant was funded, and the county has been allocated nearly $600,000 in funds available for housing loans. The loans, some forgivable, are available to qualified homeowners in the City.
Apply for Assistance
If you need help with housing repairs, and feel your household may qualify from an income perspective, please contact Cherise Schell, CHIP Program Manager for Greene County and the City of Xenia CHIP program, at 937-562-5644.
For more information about the CHIP program or with specific questions about Xenia, contact Mary Crockett by email. Please provide your name, your Xenia City mailing address, and your best contact number.
Equal Housing Opportunity Statement
The City of Xenia will not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, age, handicap/disability, sex, familial status or place of national origin. Miami Valley Fair Housing Center is the provider of Fair Housing services for City of Xenia residents currently.