DHA Launches a New Website to Better Serve Constituents

DHA, the nation’s 10th largest affordable housing agency, launched a new brand, website and video resources to better engage and serve its constituents.

The agency’s new website is an interactive resource for people seeking housing support, current public housing residents, Housing Choice Voucher clients, landlords, developers and other parties interested in affordable housing in North Texas. You can visit the site here: www.dhantx.com.

A video series was also produced to provide information about DHA, its programs and share the stories of its clients and residents. The series can be viewed on YouTube by visiting the ‘DHA North Texas Housing‘ channel.

The agency has updated its name to better reflect the communities it serves. The new name and descriptor is ‘DHA – Housing Solutions for North Texas’, which allows the agency to more clearly define the geographic areas it serves. DHA is headquartered in Dallas and provides affordable housing solutions for more than 54,000 people across seven counties in North Texas: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Rockwall and Tarrant.

“Our goal is to provide clear and helpful information to the communities we serve and our partners. Ensuring our constituents have resources and timely information easily accessible is critical to our mission. We hope people find these tools helpful,” states Troy Broussard, DHA president and chief executive officer.

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