The Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (TAHRA) is a non-profit membership association whose members include the public housing authorities in Tennessee. Our members house over 100,000 citizens and are daily involved in the betterment of our local communities. We provide affordable housing for Tennessee's low and moderate income residents, including children, elderly and handicapped persons.
Our members provide a number of services related to housing issues for Tennessee' s low income citizens, including but not limited to, job training, homeownership assistance, drug abuse counseling, protective services, childcare, educational assistance, youth services and transportation assistance.
TAHRA is a leader in providing training and education for its membership with the variety and depth of training offered.
Individual TAHRA members hold prominent positions at the regional and national level. These include leadership positions as well as serving on committees with the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials and it's subsidiary, the Southeastern Regional Council, and the Public Housing Authorities Directors Association.
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