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Lake City Groundbreaking
Lake City Groundbreaking

Habitat for Humanity held a groundbreaking ceremony in Seattle's Lake City community on October 24.

Commissioners Michael Diaz and Twyla Minor
Commissioners Michael Diaz and Twyla Minor

Michael Diaz and Twyla Minor have been appointed to serve as resident commissioners on the SHA Board.
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Annual report cover
Annual report cover

SHA's 2018 Annual Report highlights youth engagement, housing, supportive services, partnerships and more.

Fulcrum Coffee Wired Cafe
Fulcrum Coffee Wired Cafe

SHA’s Youth Engagement Specialist, Ty Edwards, and Youth Connector, Abraham Kidanemariam, work with NewHolly and Rainier Vista youth to develop aspirations, successful academic approaches and futur

patty murray with SHA residents and Andrew Lofton
patty murray with SHA residents and Andrew Lofton

U.S. Senator Patty Murray visited the Seattle Housing Authority on September 3 for a roundtable on digital equity.

Yasmin daycare
Yasmin daycare

With support from JobLink, a A High Point resident fulfills her dream of opening her own child care center. 

sha resident
sha resident

A resident shows her gratitude for not only housing, but for being surrounded by caring people.
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neighborcare family
neighborcare family

By Lisa Richter, Neighborcare Health

Girl learning to ride bike with two people assisting
Girl learning to ride bike with two people assisting

Learn more about the key factors that increase the risk of asthma. 

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check-up-diabetes

If you have diabetes, regular health care is important for staying healthy and preventing heart attack and stroke. 

Alice Kimbowa
Alice Kimbowa

SHA is pleased to announce that Alice Kimbowa has been selected as Director of Rental Assistance Programs.

Robert Fuller
Robert Fuller

Saying goodbye to a longtime SHA resident. 

Does the cost of prescription drugs keep you from taking the medication you need? Here's ways to lower the cost of filling you prescriptions. 

Find out what the best option is for you when it comes to getting medical care. 

Did you know nearly half of all U.S. adults have some type of heart disease? Here are five tips to improve your heart health. 

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woman-holding-ipad

Welcome to the new digital version of The Voice. It allows SHA to deliver news to tenants in a more effective and timely way.
 

SHA is conducting a customer service survey of residents who live in SHA properties. Survey participants will have a chance of winning one of three $100 gift cards. Gift card winners will be notified in February 2020.

We all love holiday parties – the friends, the fun and the food. By following these tips, you can pay attention to your health and celebrate the holidays.

The specially trained team of firefighters and civilian specialists will help people with non-emergency 9-1-1 requests like substance abuse.

This annual event is a great way for the greater Yesler neighborhood to get together during the busy holiday season. The meal is prepared by a team of volunteers and sponsored by different friends of the community. 

Free pick up at no charge. 

The FAFSA and WASFA federal and state financial aid applications are now open.

Learn how to identify and avoid scams. 

Learn how to translate our website into any language. 

Tenants learn which jobs are the most in demand and find out about education, training and funding opportunities.

Here are fast facts about teeth and gum health.