Our mission is to cultivate partnerships and resources to increase the availability of quality, fair and affordable housing.


We believe that all families deserve a quality, affordable home, either to purchase or rent. All communities need to provide residents with a continuum of choices that includes a wide variety of housing sizes, types, locations and prices. LHOP is dedicated to providing a full range of technical and financial services to those seeking to access, create or preserve affordable housing.

Lending

Lending

Access to financing is a key barrier for individuals, families and those seeking to purchase or create housing that is affordable. LHOP provides lending products to help remove this barrier.

Advocacy

Advocacy

Providing relevant, accurate and up-to-date information on housing matters on which the community can base decisions is a core function of LHOP’s role in the community. As a foundation of a community’s infrastructure, providing such advocacy is key to our economic and social well-being.

Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods

While we know that good housing is the foundation of a great community, LHOP recognizes the vital role that broader neighborhood engagement and improvement can make in having safe and economically thriving communities for people of all backgrounds.

Education

Education

From home buying to tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities, having relevant, relatable and reliable information is vital to furthering fair and housing affordability in our region.

See What’s Happening at LHOP

Join us for “Brinner” on November 12th at 6pm

our accomplishments over the past year highlighting
LHOP’s Vision of a Healthy and Vibrant Community.
Because Everyone Deserves A Place Called Home!
Annual Breakfast Brinner
Celebration & Awards
This year’s LHOP Annual Brinner & Awards
will be a Virtual Celebration
on Thursday, November 12 at 6:00 p.m.
Although our annual “Breakfast” event will have a new name, format
and time due to the constrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic
 it will continue to highlight our communities and partners working
together to make housing availability and affordability a priority.
LHOP is excited to highlight our programs, services, and
2020 Award Winners, and to hear from our keynote speaker,
Jason Richardson, Director of Research and Evaluation
This year’s ticket price is reduced to $35,
and $20 for a non-profit member.
Your additional donation of $25, $50, $75 or $100 will make a
tremendous difference to our clients and community
providing vital services and resources during a time
of unprecedented challenges.