Mission Statement

At Community Housing Associates (CHA), our mission is clear: to provide affordable independent housing for individuals living with persistent mental illness who are experiencing homelessness. We firmly believe that offering a safe and stable place to live is not just a basic necessity, but a fundamental steppingstone towards recovery, particularly for those in our community who face the unique challenges of homelessness due to mental health issues.

Through our commitment to affordable housing, we strive to create an environment where individuals can regain their independence and access the necessary resources to rebuild their lives. We are dedicated to fostering a sense of belonging and empowerment, helping those we serve on their journey to stability and wellness.

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Policy:

Community Housing Associates (CHA) is unwavering in its commitment to fairness, inclusivity, and equal opportunity for all. We adhere to and uphold all federal, state, and local nondiscrimination laws and are fully compliant with the rules and regulations governing Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity in housing and employment.

Our commitment means that we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, familial status (having children under age 18), or any other legally protected characteristic. We do not tolerate interference, threats, or coercion against anyone exercising their fair housing rights. Furthermore, we stand against retaliation towards individuals who assert their rights or aid others in asserting their rights.

At CHA, our dedication to fairness and equality extends beyond words; it is deeply ingrained in our actions and principles. We are proud to create a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone has the opportunity to secure stable housing and pursue their goals, regardless of their background or circumstances. Together, we can build a stronger, more compassionate community where everyone has the chance to thrive.

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