Arizona NAHRO seeks to inform, empower, and represent the members of the Association. Members represent Arizona housing and redevelopment agencies, businesses, and public officials.
Through the regular dissemination of information via the quarterly newsletter, emails on trainings and job opportunities, Arizona NAHRO members stay informed on the most current news and information related to housing and redevelopment.
Arizona NAHRO brings the trainings to empower members to be the best in their positions. Roundtables and networking opportunities are provided for members to discuss and grow from one another’s knowledge and experiences.
Advocacy and educating state and federal representatives is a key goal to Arizona NAHRO. As policy makers make decisions that affect both the housing agencies and the customers it serves, Arizona NAHRO is speaking on behalf of its members to ensure they have all the information needed to make those decision.
Northern California/Nevada NAHRO operates within the geographic area of Northern California and the State of Nevada and is subject to the provisions of the Constitution of NAHRO and its By-Laws.
Southern California NAHRO promotes the provision of adequate housing for all people, and strong communities through development, preservation, conservation, rehabilitation and redevelopment. The Southern California Chapter of NAHRO is over 1,100 members strong, promoting these goals and objectives in the larger Southern California area.
The California Association of Housing Authorities (CAHA) is a statewide association representing over eighty-five housing authorities throughout the state of California. Formed in 2010, CAHA merged three separate housing authority groups into one fully integrated association. Our purpose is to meet the needs of the 395,000 households we serve by advocating on behalf of our residents and our agencies in both California and Washington DC. We are actively involved in all aspects of affordable housing finance, rental management issues, and housing and land use law. We closely follow the programs and policies of State housing agencies and the federal HUD budget. Through our Northern and Southern California Chapters, we address the training needs of our members by providing timely seminars on a variety of topics regarding the Housing Choice Voucher program and the administration of Public Housing. Since many of our members are also housing developers, we monitor programmatic and legislative activities for all types of affordable housing – family housing, senior housing and special needs housing. By joining forces with our colleagues in affordable housing, including the California Housing Consortium, the Northern and Southern California Non-Profit Housing Associations, and the California Coalition for Rural Housing (among others) we are at the forefront of legislative policy making. We are the only association that represents PHAs in these collective enterprises. If you are interested in getting more information about CAHA, please contact us through the website.