Unison Housing Partners is empowering people and strengthening communities in Adams County as a progressive housing authority built to address 21st century challenges. We are focused on ending the cycle of generational poverty by providing individuals and families with access to affordable housing, support programs, and by engaging in socially conscious community development. We collaborate with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, the private sector, landlords, housing providers and the community to ensure stability and economic self-sufficiency are achievable goals for all Adams County residents.
As one of over 3,000 Housing Authorities across the country, Unison is a member of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials and works alongside other members from communities across the country to ensure housing needs are advocated for on a national level. Unison collaborates with other Housing Authorities to collectively work towards the overarching mission of the industry to create attainable and sustainable housing and communities for vulnerable families and individuals.
Unison is also proud of our approach to socially conscious community development, working in partnership with communities to invest in real estate transactions that will increase housing affordability and positively transform neighborhoods.
To work in partnership with diverse communities, to promote economic self-sufficiency, to preserve and expand affordable housing opportunities, and to enhance the livability of neighborhoods in Adams County.
- Champion the needs of those we serve
- Work together
- Maintain a commitment to excellence
- Uphold the highest standards of integrity and ethics
- Embrace diversity
Founded in 1974, Adams County commissioners initially established Adams County Housing Authority (ACHA) to further the mission of creating and preserving the vision of safe and affordable housing for all residents. A small housing authority in comparison to counterparts across the country, ACHA has always been nimble and progressive in its approach. And in 2018, the organization changed its name to Unison Housing Partners to further harness the momentum of its progressive efforts. This new name defies the stereotypes of affordable housing and is reflective of the coming together of communities to support the hard working individuals and families on the path towards stability and economic independence.
Unison continues to offer the same assistance and programming as it has for the last 30+ years, and remains committed to collaborating with like-minded agencies and to socially conscious community development.
Paul V. Franke
Eva J. Henry