Throughout our 55-year history, SAHA has provided much-needed affordable housing and supportive services to the low-income seniors and families in our community. At this critical time for our residents, we are remain steadfastly committed to this important work.
The Sonoma Index-Tribune reports on veteran Bob Krah’s search for a home, and how he found it at Alta Madrone in Sonoma.
SAHA announces the groundbreaking for Veterans Square, a 30-home affordable housing development in Pittsburg supporting veterans.
SAHA and All Souls Episcopal Church celebrate the groundbreaking of Jordan Court, 34 new affordable studios for low-income and formerly homeless seniors at 1600 Oxford Street in North Berkeley.
The Press Democrat reports on the groundbreaking ceremony for Altamira Apartments, which will provide housing and support services for families and the formerly homeless in Sonoma.
We at SAHA join in solidarity and allyship with our Black neighbors, colleagues, and partners in expressing our outrage at the unjust killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, David McAtee, Chris Beaty, Dorian Murrell and countless other Black lives lost. Black Lives Matter.