ONPHA is the home for non-profit housing in Ontario.

The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association provides training, member support, bulk purchasing, networking opportunities and more to over 700 non-profit housing organizations and more than 200 Associate Members.

ONPHA's members

ONPHA’s more than 700 members house over 400,000 people in 163,000 homes across 220 Ontario communities. They are a critical part of the fabric of every community and provide decent, affordable home to low and moderate income households. Many of our members provide specialized housing and support services for Ontarians who need help to enjoy a successful tenancy.

There's a place for you in ONPHA

View our Member
Benefits booklet
 

Since 1988, ONPHA has been an anchor to a strong community of non-profit housing providers in Ontario. 

ONPHA membership gives sector organizations and professionals access to services designed to support them from every angle:

  • For member organizations, we help to build capacity and support their work through tailored training, ready-to-use resources, timely updates, exclusive discounts and responsive member support.
  • For members’ boards, we help set strong foundations, by providing the training, updates and resources they need to cultivate strong governance practices and stay connected to the pulse of the non-profit housing sector.
  • For members’ staff, we help propel their careers, through professional development and by connecting them to new opportunities and contacts across the sector.
  • For the sector, we offer a place to connect and create new energy and momentum. We work to shape and drive discussion on the issues housing providers care about most. And, we listen to members' realities and concerns, to bring their issues to government with a strong, united voice. 

View our 2016 Member Benefits booklet to learn more about the full range of services ONPHA makes available to its members.

Learn how to join ONPHA.

Members can access our member directories to search for housing members or associate members.