The human-I-T website features a “Low-Cost Internet Application” that clients can use to provide their basic information and details that qualify them for low-income broadband service. Clients then receive a call-back or text from a human-I-T staff member within 1-2 business days.
CETF committed $50,000 to support the implementation of ConnectHome LA as a collaborative joint venture among partners to optimize the impact of the project on improving the lives of participating residents. CETF funds were used to engage a Project Manager for 12 months to assist […]
The Smart Housing Pilot Partnership (SHPP), formed by the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA), Kids Progress Inc. (HACLA’s non-profit organization), the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF), the Southeast Community Development Corporation (SCDC), and Reliatech worked together to implement a comprehensive technology […]
Eden Housing is not only one of the oldest, but stands out as one of the most productive, successful and fastest growing nonprofit affordable housing developers in California. Eden Housing has developed and acquired more than 10,000 residential units and 73,000 square feet of commercial […]
Fresno Housing planned to connect 161 households by July 2016. This number represented approximately 40% of the combined number of units at Parc Grove Commons (215 units), Parc Grove Northwest (148 units), and Viking Village (40 units). We are happy to report that we have […]
Connected 3,000 low-income households to broadband and began building digital inclusion programs that will function as technology ecosystems for underserved urban and rural communities.
Working on Smart Housing policies at the local, state, and federal level; cultivating prospective Smart Housing champions and organizing an effective engagement and consultation process; and developing replicable models for the installation, funding, and maintenance of broadband technology in affordable housing developments.