Learn HOW to advocate for more funding that will provide access to additional safe, decent, and healthy homes.
The Alabama Housing Trust Fund (AHTF) was designed to provide much-needed funding for the creation and maintenance of affordable housing units. No dollars were ever placed in the fund. However, the 2022 Legislative Session seems promising...with YOUR help! #FundtheAHTF
Review the latest housing data reports for Alabama provided by the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
Healthy Homes Alabama was create to educate developers, community leaders, and the public; while increasing the number of affordable, yet safe and livable, housing units available throughout Alabama.
Following the initial passage of the Alabama Landlord-Tenant Law in 2006, a coalition of housing advocates developed "The Alabama Tenants' Handbook" to help renters understand and exercise their rights and responsibilities under the law.
SCHH provides an opportunity for affordable housing developers and providers, supportive service providers, practitioners, social workers, elected officials, researchers, and those who have experienced housing instability or homelessness to come together to address the ongoing issues of poverty and the lack of safe, decent, and affordable housing in the Southeast.
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Membership dues are tax-deductible. All memberships are on a unified membership cycle; memberships are due on January 1st and expire on December 31st of each year.
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