Our members provide more than 145,000 affordable rental homes across the country. But it's not just an affordable place to call home. It's how our members build homes and create connections to services and community that make a difference for residents.
Our Work Reaches 230,000+ People
Our work impacts residents in almost every state and territory, extending our innovative strategies across the country.
Our 2021 SAHF Member Impact Report
See our members' impact on the economy, environment, health, and well-being of the communities they serve.
jobs supported each year in local economies by operating SAHF member housing, from construction and maintenance to retail and professional services jobs.
lower rate of housing instability (including evictions) among SAHF families and seniors than the national eviction rate for all renters. This translates to roughly 1,500 stably-housed families who would have likely been evicted in market-rate housing.
individuals connected each year with the supports and services they need to thrive through resident service coordination at SAHF member properties.
of SAHF member residents had a routine check-up in the past year and 94% have health insurance, compared to only 66% and 79% of all low-income Americans, respectively, with the help of resident services and health-focused programs.
homes across the SAHF portfolio have undergone energy/water efficiency upgrades since 2010, thus reducing our carbon footprint and improving quality of life for residents.
in savings on energy & water bills for each family each year, on average, generated by SAHF members upgrading properties to be more energy & water efficient.
The Impact of Home: Building to Opportunity, Health, & Equity
Service-enriched housing improves resident health, economic mobility, opportunities, and quality of life. See how we measure this with SAHF's Resident Outcomes Initiative data.
Stories of Impact
UnitedHealth Group and National Nonprofit Housing Groups Announce Additional $100 Million Investments to Build Communities That Achieve Better Health Outcomes
DOE and HUD Recognize Two SAHF Members as Better Buildings Challenge Goal Achievers
SAHF Marks Progress with More Steps Needed to Bridge the Digital Divide