About the Collaborative
The Council of Large Public Housing Authorities (CLPHA)—with the support of the National Equity Fund, HAI Group, Reno & Cavanaugh, and CF Housing Group—organized in 2015 the RAD Collaborative for interested Public Housing Authorities and their partners using the Rental Assistance Demonstration to preserve and revitalize public housing and eligible assisted- housing properties.
Through an open system, the Collaborative facilitates communications, information sharing and productive relationships among Housing Authorities, their residents and development and financing partners, advisors and transactional service providers, local government, policy makers and other stakeholders working to implement RAD across the country.
In cooperation with HUD, the Collaborative responds to emerging practice needs and lessons that housing authorities and their partners face by offering and helping coordinate —
Development & Organizational Supports: offering advisory, educational and technical supports by leading practitioners
Industry Forum: addressing policy and practice issues with HUD and industry actors as they arise
Peer Network: supporting peer-to-peer collaboration among Housing Authorities around organizational change needs, new business models, resident engagement and more
Financial Products: Helping coordinate industry financing sources is assessing, designing and introducing responsive debt, equity, guarantee, insurance, gap and other needed products
Policy & Programs: Continuing support for policy and program enhancements to RAD and related affordable-housing policies and program
Patrick Costigan , who led RAD’s launch while working at HUD, now with the CF Housing Group, and Steven Holmquist of Reno & Cavanaugh and involved with RAD from the outset, serve as Strategic Advisors to the Collaborative.
PGIM Real Estate Finance
Volunteers of America
The Community Builders, Inc
Brookline Housing Authority
LOCAL HOSTS & SPONSORS
Greensboro Housing Authority
Greensboro Housing Management Corporation
North Carolina Housing Authority Directors Association
The Banks Law Firm
State of Oregon, Department of Housing & Community Services
Terner Center for Housing Innovation, University of California, Berkeley
Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority