CSAH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to strategic approaches to addressing the challenges of homelessness. The CSAH mission is to lead the effort to build and sustain community practices to eliminate homelessness.
Founded in 1989 by the Georgia Legislature, CSAH acts as a coordinating and leadership body for homeless services in Chatham County. CSAH works in partnership with nonprofit service providers, government officials, business leaders, and the faith community to reduce and eliminate homelessness.
Annually in Chatham County, CSAH and its Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH)/Continuum of Care (CoC) partners assist over 4,000 individuals, youth, and families. CSAH works with community leaders to educate the public about why homelessness occurs and advocates for needed change with elected officials, government and business leaders, and the nonprofit sector.
Learn more about the support services and programs we offer to those homeless or in need at the Chatham Savannah Authority for the Homeless.
Starting with Cottages at Dundee, this tiny home community owned and operated by CSAH will give 120+ people experiencing homelessness their dignity, hope, privacy, safety, and personhood back.
Through fundraising and donations, Give Change That Counts aims to reduce panhandling by establishing and supporting alternative means of help through day centers.
The Tiny House Project helps to reduce veteran homelessness by providing a community of permanent, affordable tiny homes in Chatham County.
CSAH provides overall leadership and support for the Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH)/Continuum of Care which is the county-wide approach used to address homelessness in Chatham County.