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Community Housing Impact & Preservation Program (CHIP)

What is CHIP and how can it help me?

The Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) Program, is a program funded by the Federal Government, whereby money is distributed to the State of Ohio, and then to local communities, such as Medina County and the City of Wadsworth, to preserve and improve the affordable housing stock for low and moderate income Ohioans in order to strengthen neighborhoods through community collaboration.

The CHIP Program is a competitive program that operates on a 2 year cycle. Medina County in partnership with the City of Wadsworth, applied for and was selected to receive funding to operate the CHIP Program for the 2021–2022 cycle.

The 2021 Medina County CHIP Program will assist low and moderate income Medina County residents with two programs: OWNER REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE and OWNER HOME REPAIR ASSISTANCE. Each program is further described in this pamphlet.

We are accepting applications for City of Wadsworth Residents – Owner Rehab Funds

Download CHIP Application

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