The Contra Costa Times reports on the need for additional funding for SAHA's Tabora Gardens. Despite a recent earmark of $1million from the city, SAHA still needs to raise 51% of the needed funds for this much need senior housing.
Read the Vacaville Reporter story on how renovated affordable housing is providing home, community and prosperity to low-income residents in Concord.
Affordable Housing Finance reports on the Grand Opening of Robin Lane Apartments in Concord. This once forclosed and blighted property now provides the community with much needed affordable housing.
Contra Costa Times reports on how affordable housing is helping low-income residents in Concord keep their homes.
Berkeleyside reports on the City Zoning Board's unanimous approval of SAHA's proposal to turn a vacant lot into affordable housing for people with disabilities, including families living with HIV/AIDS.
The Modesto Bee on how the city's dream of creating downtown affordable housing for seniors is nearing reality.
Two SAHA projects -- Valley Oak Homes and Jack Capon Villa -- are 2014 Award of Merit winners in the prestigious national Gold Nugget Awards.
The grand opening of Jack Capon Villa, a "landmark project" for the developmentally disabled community, as reported by the San Jose Mercury News.