About Housing California
Housing California (CA) is the voice in the state Capitol for children, seniors, families, people experiencing homelessness, and everyone who needs a safe and affordable home in a vibrant, inclusive, and prosperous community. Since 1988, Housing CA has been working to end homelessness and ensure that everyone in California has a stable, affordable place to call home.
Housing CA advances our mission using three main strategic directions: (1) Shaping a new affordable housing and homelessness narrative, (2) Shifting and building power through multisector coalitions and networks, and (3) Advancing policy change.
The Residents United Network (RUN) is a first-of-a-kind model for building power among residents living in affordable homes and supportive housing communities, non-profit housing developers and service providers, and regional affordable housing advocacy partners to win transformative statewide affordable housing and homelessness policy change. RUN is currently active in seven regions: Los Angeles, San Diego, the Bay Area, Sacramento, the San Joaquin Valley, the Inland Empire, and Orange County. Learn more about RUN here. Housing CA leads RUN in partnership with Community Change.