Web Accessibility

We are committed to providing an online environment that is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. We recognize that physical, sensory, cognitive, emotional, and psychological abilities exist in a wide, diverse spectrum among those who interact with our website. We understand that accessibility and usability are very dynamic concepts that are continually changing and need to be integrated into each step of the website development process in order to build a stronger online experience for all users.

Reporting Accessibility Issues

Our goal is to make our online communications accessible to everyone. If you cannot access content or use features on any SAHF website, please contact us at 202-737-5970 or email us at [email protected].