ALL FREE. There's no obligation except participation RHINO is a networkGetting in the loop is different than going in circles! Membership is FREE
Why a network?
None of us has all the knowledge in the universe. By sharing what we know we can be more efficient, effective and control of our local work.
Networking provides 2 way communication, not top down direction. RHINO is looking for Members...not followers.
Networking is affordable. Just think how much money you spend in meetings, classes, writing and reading policies, and reports...Networks just work.
RHINO is careful to protect your privacy and sanity...
1. If you give your email address to a RHINO partner in the course of a service exchange,the partner organization may offer you an opportunity to join a RHINO network or become a newsletter subscriber. 2. RHINO will not buy email lists or harvest email addresses from others. 3. RHINO will periodically offer opt outs to network members and newsletter subscribers who have lost interest, changed job, retired. 4. RHINO will honor and comply with opt out requests at any time. 5. RHINO won't sell, share or expose your email address without your permission. 6. RHINO networks are moderated to make sure that postings are on topic for the group. Off topic posters are counseled. 7. If RHINO screws up (everybody does now and then) let us know and we'll fix it. 8. If you have suggestions for additional privacy protections...let us know!
2011-2012: RHINO created as a project of the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio (COHHIO) Received start up support from Ohio Housing Finance Agency.
2013: RHINO is unleased as an independent network-maintains a 'special relationship' with COHHIO. see About Us.
2014: Steady growth in members and activities (year end report)
RHINO Providers Health and social service providers who work with tenants can share information about issues and practices that increase household stability for renters and increase empowerment of clients and consumers. RHINO Tenants and Advocates Tenant leaders, tenant group members and tenant organizers share info on ways to tip the balance of power between landlords and tenants.
Inclusion Partners Public officials, planners and program managers, and community stakeholders who are focused on housing and community development issues in the communities where they workand live.
Getting in the loop is different than going in circles!