Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future
Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) is a nonprofit collaborative of exemplary multi-state nonprofit affordable housing providers who own more than 140,000 affordable rental homes. Launched in 2003, SAHF’s members came together to promote their shared ownership objectives which embraces the notion that stable, affordable, service-enriched housing is critically important in the lives of all people.
SAHF’s role as the CORES certifying entity is intended to build on SAHF’s mission to advance the creation and preservation of healthy, sustainable affordable rental homes that foster equity, opportunity, and wellness for people of limited economic resources by promoting and providing resources for robust resident services coordination systems across the country.
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CORES Advisory Committee
The CORES Advisory Committee consists of practitioners, funders, intermediaries, trainers, and consultants with expertise in resident services, affordable housing, and the social determinants of health. Committee members have a wide range of experiences related to family, senior, and supportive housing. The role of the Committee is to provide guidance and consultation to SAHF on the CORES certification process. Committee members typically serve three year terms.