A Georgia where individuals with disabilities have the housing and support they choose in order to thrive.
What We Do
The GSHA seeks to advance the creation and preservation of quality supportive housing in Georgia. We provide sufficient resources for this effort through education and advocacy.
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 frontline staff of supportive housing and service providers
- Increasing education in Georgia about the need for supportive housing for special demographics, such as vulnerable seniors, Reentry housing, youth housing, and housing for individuals with developmental disabilities and intellectual disabilities.
- Increasing information for legislators, stakeholders, and the public about the
cost-effectiveness of permanent, supportive housing.
- Promoting supportive housing programs and tackling stigma.
- Working to ensure Reentry Housing is a key considered part of the Criminal Justice Reform Council.
- Educating legislators and stakeholders about discriminatory zoning laws.
- Advocating with state agency partners for greater development capital for the extremely low income demographic.
- Promoting federal and state initiatives that support public education and funding for supportive housing, protect funding for providers, and include supportive housing in health care reform implementation.
Why Become A Member or Sponsor?
- Forums to support your programs and share knowledge
- Conference Discounts
- Monthly e-newsletters keep you up-to-date
- Grassroots Advocacy Program gives you a voice.
- GSHA Advocacy Task Force gets you involved
- Networking with impactful organizations and professionals