Tabora Gardens is the first project funded under a new state veterans program.
The need for affordable housing in the Bay Area has never been more pressing. With your support, we're rising to the challenge, with a grand opening in June, an action-packed calendar of resident services, and new housing communities set to open in the fall.
SAHA’s strategic plan is a roadmap to guide our work and expansion while anchoring us to our mission, core values, and unique position with the industry.
Join us on June 6 at 10:30am for the grand opening of Tabora Gardens - 85 units of affordable senior and veterans housing in Antioch.
Join us on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 for our annual SAHAppy Hour! Enjoy crafty cocktails, delicious appetizers, great company, and help raise funds for our Resident Services programs!
SAHA is one of the top 50 affordable housing developers in the country, according the Affordable Housing Finance, and the 12th ranked nonprofit.
The San Francisco Business Times has ranked the 50 largest developers in the Greater Bay Area.
This article on the Berkeleyside blog featuring SAHA's Harper Crossing details the personal and community benefits of affordable senior housing.
The PA Times, journal of the American Society for Public Administration, published this article on SAHA’s strategy for data-driven service coordination. Chris Hess, SAHA’s Director of Resident Services, used SAHA’s data-driven quality assurance program to advise agencies on how data helps us support the independence of seniors and families.