Our vision is to create balanced communities comprised of people of many income levels, educational backgrounds, job skills, religions, and races, with affordable and attractive housing.READ MORE
WHAT'S NEW AT EAH HOUSING
Rising out of the 1960's, Notable Housing Nonprofits Turn 50
EAH housing was featured in Affordable Housing Finance as one of nonprofits who turn 50 and still going strong.READ MORE
Innovative solar program provides savings and sustainability
EAH Housing announced a multimillion in-kind donation of solar photovoltaic (PV) from Everyday Energy.READ MORE
In just four days in 2002, Nancy went from living a comfortable life in suburban Campbell, Calif. with her husband and teenage daughter to being a widow faced with homelessness.
Nancy was bereft. Their savings didn’t last long and she couldn’t afford to stay in their rented home. Her daughter moved to Ohio to stay with a relative and Nancy found herself in a San Jose homeless shelter.READ MORE
For Sy Man, life has always been about grit and hard work.
Now an EAH Housing resident at Cathedral Gardens in Oakland, Calif., Sy Man has two daughters, ages 21 and 17. They share her work ethic and are realizing her dream of educational achievement.READ MORE
Scott brings more than 20 years’ experience to his role.
EAH Housing announced the hiring of Scott Johnson, as director of business development.READ MORE
Once, Trinese was married, with two daughters and a job as an Alameda County child care services coordinator. Her future looked bright, but a series of setbacks derailed her life. Her marriage ended. Her apartment building was converted to condominiums with prices she couldn’t afford, forcing her to move. And she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS).READ MORE
Zuleika knows firsthand that housing security changes lives for the better. Her parents left their war-torn Central American country in 1986 for California, and later raised three children in Centertown, an EAH Housing community in San Rafael, CaliforniaREAD MORE
Affordable Housing Community Breaks Ground in Morgan Hill
41 units of new affordable housing for working familiesREAD MORE
As an affordable housing advocate, Fredricka draws on two decades of personal experience with housing insecurity.READ MORE
After two years of turmoil, their new home was a sign their lives were turning around.READ MORE
Love of language teaching carried Buena Vista resident through health setbacksREAD MORE
Estrella Vista - 87 units of new affordable housing for working families
“You can take the worst situation and turn it into something beautiful, into something positive," said Summerlyn.READ MORE