On Friday January 31st, 2014 senior United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) leaders came to tour Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority’s wood pellet boiler system. Read More
Last year, the Regional Housing Authority (RHA) offered free basic tax preparation for all Juneau residents (native and non-native). “Last year, 222 returns were filed at absolutely no cost to the clients” states Dawn Wesley-Financial Cent$ coordinator at the RHA. The outcome and feedback that was achieved by offering free tax preparation surpassed expectations, Sandi Hicks of Juneau said “the Housing Authority’s free tax preparation and their Financial Cent$ program are the best kept secrets I’ve ever known”. Read More
The things you do for the people you care about. If you’ve ever traveled around southeast in the winter via float plane, you know the ups and downs (literally) of flying in southeast.Read More
On January 11th, 2014, SEARCH partnered with the Regional Housing Authority to promote wellness in the form of walking at the 2nd Annual Walk for the Health of It event at the Diamond Park Field House. Attendees included elders, youth, families, SEARHC, CCTHITA, Goldbelt Corp, and tribal leaders. Walking is the single most easy and effective way to get your daily amount of exercise. Even walking as little as 15 minutes a day vastly improves your health, enhances your mental well-being, reduces risk of disease, and much more!
The Housing Authority strongly supports healthy lifestyles choices whether it be food, exercise, or overall wellness. SEARHC will also be hosting daily drawings each Tuesday at the Diamond Park Field House for participating in the weekly Walk for the Health of It events- so grab a partner, and get to moving; your family, friends and future generations will benefit from the healthy choices you make today. For more information, please visit: http://www.searhc.org/walk-for-the-health-of-it
The Regional Housing Authority participated in Kake’s 2nd annual Kake Day. Wonder what is going on in this picutre? Read on to find out more…Read More
Energy Kit recipient Christina Wigg
The reality of living in southeast, Alaska is that you must know how to survive through harsh winters. Thus, the people of southeast have always been and will always need to be resourceful. Through a REACH/Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) grant, TH Regional Housing Authority was able to assist all 2013 Housing Authority energy assistance clients by providing every household with energy efficiency kits.