Georgia ACT addresses affordable housing challenges using a four-pronged approach:
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Connect and convene CDCs and nonprofits to address needs and build the capacity of these organizations to improve life outcomes for the residents in the neighborhoods and communities that they serve.
Build industry capacity via training, leadership/ professional development opportunities, and technical assistance.
Build a broad-based constituency of stakeholders committed to housing advocacy to identify how we can collaborate and leverage our limited resources for the good of all Georgia families.
Build civic engagement among Georgians for equitable housing and community development.