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.
Our partners, the Oakland Food Policy Council (OFPC) and City Slicker Farms, have released “Cultivating Resistance: An Urban Agriculture Toolkit to Support Oakland’s Independent Food System”, a free booklet that features SAHA and guides residents through the policies that currently govern urban agriculture practices.
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.
Enterprise Community Partners recently published "A Case Study of a Carefully Paced and Planned Organizational Merger: Satellite Affordable Housing Associates."