#HousersAtWork March Archives
Public housing agencies (PHAs) of all sizes are responding to the COVID-19 health crisis while continuing to house families and provide platforms for opportunity. NAHRO’s #HousersAtWork campaign shows how much our PHA members do for their residents and communities – especially during this pandemic.
This page is a rolling archive of the stories we shared in December. For more information on the campaign and how you can share your stories, visit www.nahro.org/news/housersatwork-phas-responding-to-covid-19/.
San Francisco Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the Birmingham District
Thanks to the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District who partnered with several area leaders and organizations to form a collaborative health initiative providing residents with free mammograms!
New York City Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the City of Laurel
With kids out on spring break, the Housing Authority of the City of Laurel teamed up with Molina Healthcare to provide lunches for children. Each lunch package included a sandwich, fruit cup, jump rope and reusable water bottle to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency
We love to see all these public housing authorities step up to help get people vaccinated. This week the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency partnered with Ascension Saint Thomas to bring mobile covid-19 vaccine clinics to meet residents where they are.
Boston Housing Authority
Worcester Housing Authority
Thanks to the Worcester Housing Authority for organizing public health clinics to get residents vaccinated against COVID-19. Just this week 120 first doses of the Moderna vaccine are expected to be administered to residents.
Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority
Thanks to the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority for working with local government, private donors, nonprofits, and public housing residents to design the redevelopment of 62 new affordable residential units.