Live /liv/

 

verb
1. remain alive.
2. make one’s home in a particular place or with a particular person.

When residents move into an apartment at one of APAH’s properties, the key that they are handed comes with more than just four walls and a roof. That key symbolizes the beginning of a new era in their life.

APAH resident services programming helps those who live at our properties grow their skills, knowledge, and capacity so their futures can be stable. Read more about this commitment to residents.

Resident Services

APAH provides eviction prevention assistance and programs that promote stability.

Properties

When families have a home they can afford, they can afford other basic needs.

Interest stories and recent news

A Community Celebration During the Last Breezes of Summer

As is tradition, APAH is hosting end of summer parties for all residents. A cookout will be held this weekend for residents at Snowden’s Ridge and a summer luau brought […]

The First Summer Camp for APAH Youth

Summer gives youth a chance to decompress before the start of the next school year and experience the season’s joys with trips to the pool, baseball games, and quality time […]

Congratulations: Class of 2022 and Graduate Ahmad Latifi

APAH extends an enormous congratulations to the class of 2022!  Read a conversation with Ahmad Latifi, APAH resident and recent graduate:   APAH: How long have you lived at Gilliam […]

An Egg-citing Celebration

Welcoming Springtime with Friends and Family With blossoming flowers, the onset of warmer weather, and progressively longer days, it’s clear that springtime has arrived in full swing and it’s time […]

The Creativity is Blooming: Encore Program Resumes at APAH

We have our dancing shoes on! Encore Stage & Studio has resumed their toddler classes at two APAH properties, just in time for spring. The partner organization’s mission is to […]

Afterschool Learning Program Provides Enrichment, Breaks Barriers for APAH Youth

This month, APAH launched its Afterschool Learning Program (ALP) at Columbia Hills to help children overcome educational barriers and support student success. The program will run through June to provide […]

Workforce Pilot Breaks Down the Digital Divide

A new Workforce Technology Pilot is addressing resident need as both industry and the pandemic continue the shift towards a digital society. Purchasing a home computer with an integrated webcam […]

Music Lessons at Gilliam Place Hit the Right Note

Fifteen APAH residents – six adults and nine children – are making music as the first to receive full scholarships for private guitar or piano lessons. Instruments are generously loaned […]

THRIVE + APAH Partner to Hire Henry Spears

Navigating the social safety net can be a full-time job in itself, requiring inconvenient in-person appointments and logistical backbends. When you’re already spending hours trying to find work–or find child […]

Building Capacity During a Pandemic

Part II in a Series on Community Partner, The Clothesline for Arlington Kids Meet Ellen and Ben. In 2018 they identified an unmet community need in Arlington – a place […]