Our framework

We have developed a comprehensive framework to guide our work and ensure we are making meaningful progress towards our mission of promoting equal and equitable access to housing for all.

Theory of change

Our theory of change is rooted in the belief that lasting, systemic change requires a multi-pronged approach that addresses the root causes of housing inequality. By simultaneously pursuing policy advocacy, community empowerment, and innovative program delivery, we aim to dismantle the structural barriers that have historically excluded marginalized communities from accessing decent, affordable homes.

Strategic Pillars

Our work is organized around three strategic pillars that form the foundation of our framework:

Advocacy and Policy Change

  • Advocating for fair and inclusive housing policies at the local, state, and national levels
  • Collaborating with policymakers and elected officials to drive legislative and regulatory reforms
  • Amplifying the voices of impacted communities and elevating their housing-related concerns

Community Empowerment

  • Engaging directly with residents to understand their unique housing challenges and needs
  • Providing educational resources, legal assistance, and capacity-building support to empower communities
  • Fostering collaborative partnerships with grassroots organizations and community leaders

Innovative Program Delivery

  • Fostering existing resources optimisation.
  • Ensuring a continuum of housing and care
  • Developing and implementing cutting-edge housing programs and services
  • Leveraging technology and data-driven approaches to enhance the impact and scalability of our initiatives
  • Continuously evaluating and refining our programs to ensure they remain responsive to evolving needs

RecoverBridge: Functional framework


Peer-supported housing with rental subsidies and recovery services to help individuals in recovery transition to independent living.

Supportive Housing

Affordable housing with on-site services to provide stability and autonomy for individuals who have experienced homelessness, often with complex needs.

Supportive Services

Services to help residents maintain tenancy and achieve goals, including case management, mental health support, addiction counseling, life skills training, and community connections.

Mental Health Supports

Comprehensive mental health services, including on-site access and referrals, to address the link between housing and mental health.