Here are a few examples of Enhabit programs and initiatives that transformed Pacific Northwest communities through job creation, services for communities of cultural and economic diversity, energy savings/carbon impact, and improved resiliency.
Enhabit designed an innovative framework when implementing workforce development policies – a ‘High Road’ approach focused on quality training, as well as equitable access and opportunities to good jobs with family-supporting wages and benefits.
Clean Energy Works (CEW) launched as a City of Portland pilot program with a diverse group of community partners—advancing deep home energy retrofits as a pathway for job creation and dramatic energy savings for homeowners.
Enhabit formed a new partnership with the City of Seattle’s Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE) and municipal utility Seattle City Light to manage the city’s energy efficiency upgrade program, delivering comprehensive energy retrofits.
The City of Portland, Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and FEMA drafted Enhabit to design a pilot project to seismically retrofit several dozen homes – leveraging the customer engagement and contractor infrastructure.
In 2014, Enhabit joined a diverse group of government agencies, non-profit organizations, and minority and women-owned contractors to provide home repair and no-to-low-cost energy efficiency upgrades to 100 low income homeowners.