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HCHA stands for Harrow Churches Housing Association.
We are a small and growing housing association operating in north west London where we provide affordable housing and support services for vulnerable people.
We were set up in 1967 by active members of the local church community concerned about the living conditions of people then renting privately in Harrow.
A chief concern was the plight of elderly women living in ‘digs’. Appropriately the first homes we built were in the then modern concept of manager-supported sheltered housing.
The Christian spirit of helping those less fortunate than ourselves continues to motivate our staff and the board of volunteers who govern us and oversee our standards.
Our services for older people have changed and progressed and we have found new clients - all of them people who with a little focused support can lead independent and fulfilling lives.
We are a signed up member of the National Housing Federation’s in business for communities initiative.