Sustainable Housing Collaboration

Everyone deserves a decent place to live and everyone can do something today to make that possible for another family in Tucson.

What is Sustainable Housing Collaboration? 

We show a collaborate effort amongst several non profit agencies in Tucson to share information and promulgate education with regards to ‘green and healthy’ best building. A new partnership with many of Tucson’s Homeless Shelters and Transitional Housing agencies is currently underway, with direct support from Pima County. HFHT is assisting a wide spectrum of Tucson social services agencies with ‘hands-on’ consultation and information sharing in the ‘green building technology sciences’. The collaboration of agencies aims to address health and safety in housing, identify and standardize building maintenance priorities, and instruct clients and tenants about the best practices for promoting their own healthy and prosperous living environment.


[mk_image src=”” image_size=”full” frame_style=”rounded” link=”/individual”]Habitat has many opportunities for corporations and businesses, faith communities and local organizations to get involved. Looking to partner with Habitat? Contact Mark Burke at for more information. 


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Meet our nonprofit partners

Poster Frost Mirto

Our Family Services

Old Pueblo

Pima County CDNC


Esperanza En Escalante

Primavera Foundation


City of Tucson

Habitat for Humanity Tucson strongly believes that sustainability is a necessary component to creating a lasting impact and partnership with the community

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