For more than 40 years AHFC has worked toward its mission to provide Alaskan's access to safe, quality,affordable housing. This last year was no exception; here are a just a few of our successes:
- AHFC funded three new Village Public Safety Officer (VPSO) housing units. Since 2004, AHFC has completed 244 new housing units in rural Alaska for teachers, health professionals and public safety officers;
- AHFC supported close to 6,000 individuals and families through our Public Housing Division;
- Made more than 3,000 homes safer and more energy efficient through our Weatherization Program;
- More than 12,000 people will benefit from funds available through our Homeless Assistance Program (HAP);
- The AHFC Board of Directors adopted Rent Reform in public housing that will assist "work able" residents in becoming more independent during a five-year timeline.
Click HERE to review our 2013 Annual Report, and learn more.