Georgia Supportive Housing Association

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The GSHA seeks to advance the creation and preservation of quality supportive housing in Georgia and ensure sufficient resources for this effort through education and advocacy.
  

Our Vision:   A Georgia where individuals with disabilities can choose the housing and supports they need to thrive.
  

GSHA 7th Annual Supportive Housing Conference
November 14-15, 2017 

State Bar of Georgia, 104 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA

  
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We look forward to seeing you!

Since 2008, the GSHA has served Georgia’s network of professionals working in the field of supportive housing. We are the only nonprofit in Georgia dedicated to developers, executives, and front line staff of supportive housing and service providers.

The Georgia Supportive Housing Association (GSHA) is a non-profit membership network of non-profit housing developers, service providers, statewide agencies and organizations, corporations, associations and individuals with a shared goal: strengthening housing resources in our state. The vision of GSHA is to have a Georgia where individuals with disabilities can choose the housing and supports they need to thrive. 


As a supportive housing developer, the connections I have with other members of GSHA are indispensable. GSHA helps me network with groups that are critical to providing quality supportive housing but are outside my circle of housing providers. My supportive housing developments are better because of my involvement with GSHA.”
-Jon Toppen, Tapestry Development Group, GSHA Board Chair, 2016-2018 


“The GSHA is very much a successful grass roots operation aimed at the growth and promotion of supportive housing in the state of Georgia. Its impact far exceeds the minuscule budget it operates under. The GSHA has been a key player in creating awareness about the importance of housing for challenged populations and has a voice that is listened to amongst Georgia’s key elected and public officials.” -Tod Citron, GSHA Past-President