SAHF members recognize that access to an affordable home of one’s choosing is critically important for building healthy, equitable communities, but more can be done to ensure that federally assisted affordable homes provide an effective platform to promote opportunity. Through peer exchange and with expertise of SAHF staff, we identify barriers to resident well-being and opportunities to use home as a connection point for other services and supports. We use those insights to develop recommendations and advance policies and practices that support housing stability; enhance resident services and supports; promote digital inclusion; and support asset building, and access to high-opportunity communities.
SAHF Sends Letter to Treasury on Implementation of Emergency Rental Assistance Program
SAHF Sends Letter to FCC on Further Proposed Rulemaking for Affordable Connectivity Program Implementation
SAHF Submits Comments to NTIA on Broadband Programs in the IIJA
SAHF Send Letter Urging HUD to Withdraw Section 8 Non-Shelter Services Memo