The Supportive Housing Community Land Alliance collaborates with peers, family members, community members, nonprofit organizations and service providers as well as the private and public sectors. There are many ways to join our growing alliance in our mission to ease the housing crisis for people living with serious mental health challenges.
SHCLA’s members are an alliance of organizations, peers, family, professionals, stakeholders and community members that support SHCLA’s work.Become a Member
SHCLA develops partnerships with organizations to provide best-practice supportive services for tenants at all SHCLA properties.Become an Org Partner
SHCLA’s tripartite board is made up of peers and family members, public sector representatives and community partners. The board provides governance, overseeing the executive director and fiscal operations of SHCLA’s programs and services.Become a Board Member
SHCLA’s advisory committee is made up of peers and family members, public sector representatives and community partners. The advisory committee shares expertise, perspective and resources while offering feedback and recommendations to the board of directors.Become an AC Member
Alameda County residents that bequeath or sell land to SHCLA at a discounted rate create greater affordably for people living with serious mental health conditions, ensure stewardship of the property and keep the home affordable for the next buyer – another resident living with mental health challenges.Become a Land Partner
SHCLA would like to meet with Alameda County residents living with serious mental health conditions (and their family members) to envision housing and services for the organization. Participants will be paid for their time.Participate in a focus group
“We need a way for families to donate land with the confidence that it will remain a permanent home.”