EAH provides low income housing for over 20,000 seniors, families, students, people with disabilities, and the formerly homeless. Established in 1968, it is considered one of the largest and most respected non-profit affordable housing development and management organizations in the western United States, with over 100 properties in California and Hawaii.
Families living in EAH affordable housing experience an enhanced quality of life in a variety of ways, thanks in part to secure, supportive communities where residents can thrive on multiple levels. Children and parents grow stronger and more confident with the stability offered by a secure home; school performance and job prospects improve; and they experience improved health and well-being. EAH low income housing comes with a variety of programs specially designed for its residents, including job training and job search programs; parenting classes; financial literacy and tax preparation assistance; English as a second language and translation services; Big Brother/Big Sister programs and after school homework help; and training at our on-site Computer Learning Centers.
EAH Housing is dedicated to ending homelessness and the lack of affordable housing options in Hawaii and California by providing high quality low income housing, empowering its many residents with the opportunity for independence, integrity, and dignity.