Creating Social Impact Through Better Living Spaces

Enhabit is a mission-driven non-profit that convenes community members, commissions targeted projects, and invest in partners to advance better living spaces. Our aim is to help create strong, thriving, and equitable communities with a lower environmental footprint. Enhabit has transitioned day-to-day program services to two non-profits: Community Energy Project (CEP) for Home Energy Scoring and Home Solutions advisory services, and Verde to accelerate development of affordable accessory dwelling unit (ADU) programs.


Home Energy Scores

Get convenient, official scoring required for real estate listings by the trusted non-profit, Community Energy Project (CEP).

Home Solutions

Interested in cutting energy use or making your home earthquake-resilient? Start with a phone consultation with Community Energy Project (CEP) and get connected with qualified contractors and financing.

Accessory Dwelling Units

Verde leads the community-based affordable ADU collaborative, with programs focused on creating benefits for both modest income host families and lower income rental housing occupants in displacement-impacted neighborhoods throughout Portland.

Everything We Do Advances Our mission

Enhabit is a 501(c)3 non-profit. Our mission is to create social impact through better living spaces, and we do this by convening, commissioning, and investing in partners and programs. These efforts, in turn, create strong, thriving, and equitable communities.

25,000 Homeowners Helped Since 2009


We’ve help communities minimize wasted energy and costs. 10 high-performing homes means another 3 houses can be powered from the savings gained.


We’ve connected homeowners to financing options that help fuel the economy. 1000+  workers earned paychecks working on an Enhabit project.


We supported the implementation of an innovative accessory dwelling unit (ADU) program to house families experiencing homelessness in Multnomah County, providing a model for future programs.


Enhabit provided jobs and training for women, people of color and veterans, which in turn promoted equity and increased access to opportunity. 55% of hours worked were by women and people of color.