Blogs & Op-Eds

Op-ed: Tackling the Affordable Housing Crisis


As a nation, we are facing crisis after crisis. More than 200,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus—a number that grows steadily each day. Tens of millions of people have lost jobs, and many businesses are shutting their doors. At the same time, recent incidents of police brutality against Black and Brown individuals have put a needed spotlight on the systemic racism that has plagued our society for too long.

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The Jackson at Woodlawn Park in Chicago, IL. Image courtesy of Preservation of Affordable Housing.

Health at Home During COVID-19 and Beyond


SAHF and its members understand that a stable home can support both physical and mental health. From indoor air quality to the ability to control your own home environment and life choices, where you live can be a pillar or a barrier to well-being.

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Image courtesy of Mercy Housing

Driving toward the Greater Good


Energy and water efficiency upgrades deliver financial, health, comfort, education, and social resiliency benefits to residents. SAHF's new Driving toward the Greater Good white paper and Resident Benefits Indicator tool explores the relationship between different building upgrades and residents and how to conscientiously incorporate resident benefits in retrofit decision making.

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