OCCH

AcronymDefinition
OCCHOhio Capital Corporation for Housing (est. 1989)
OCCHOffice of the Chief of Chaplains
OCCHOxford and Cambridge Careers Handbook (UK)
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Surveys from 111 OCCH households are used in this study to contribute to our understanding of the relationship between the level of household assets at the time of survey and the resultant level of neighboring/community assistance given by the household over the last month.
The UnitedHealthcare Innovation Fund will also be established to help OCCH quickly bring new programs from design to implementation, and ultimately, to evaluation and replication.
In addition, OCCH will provide 600 primary care doctors at more than 170 practices in Connecticut with training to enhance children's health care quality.
To date, OCCH has partnered with 10 local, state and regional programs to help community and primary care providers coordinate quality, cost-effective care for children under one roof.
Together with our partners, the Model Group, GBBN Architects, OCCH, Red Capital Group and Fifth Third Bank, we look forward to providing low income seniors in the Cincinnati area, a quality, safe and affordable home where they can thrive.
OCCH raised 32 percent more from investors in 2012 than just one year ago.
Based in Columbus, OCCH is a non-profit financial intermediary that provides developers of affordable housing with access to capital markets.
The equity for the credits was syndicated by OCCH who invested more than $9 million in the project.
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing is pleased to be an equity partner in this Initiative," stated Hal Keller, president of OCCH.