THA is affiliated with the following associations or organizations:
National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO)
NAHRO is the leading housing and community development advocate for the provision of adequate and affordable housing and strong, viable communities for all Americans – particularly those with low- and moderate-incomes. Its members administer HUD programs such as Public Housing, Section 8, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME funds.
Council of Large Public Housing Authorities (CLPHA)
CLPHA is a national nonprofit organization that works to preserve and improve public and affordable housing through advocacy, research, policy analysis and public education. CLPHA’s 60 members represent virtually every major metropolitan area in the country; on any given day, they are serving more than one million households. Together they manage almost half of the $90 billion asset that is public housing, and administer 30 percent of the Section 8 housing assistance program. They are in the vanguard of housing providers and community developers.
Association of Washington Housing Authorities (AWHA)
AWHA is an association of Public Housing Authorities in the State of Washington serving its member agencies and through them all Washingtonians. Its activities serve the following purposes:
- Support the viability and vitality of local housing authorities.
- Improve operations effectiveness.
- Professional growth and development for directors and management.
- Mutual support and problem solving.
- Influence public policy with an emphasis at the state level
- Increase the public’s understanding of housing needs and solutions.
- Assist the local HUD office in introduction and refinement of programs.
Washington State Low Income Housing Alliance (WLIHA)
The Alliance is a coalition of organizations and persons in Washington State working to address the state’s affordable housing crisis.
Tacoma/Pierce County Affordable Housing Consortium
The Tacoma/Pierce County Affordable Housing Consortium (TPCAHC) is an association of organizations providing or developing housing for low and moderate income households. AHC is working to expand the opportunities for nonprofit corporations and our community to produce, finance and manage affordable housing. Programs include training, technical assistance, networking, and community education.