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RHA has never lost sight of our “why.” Founded in 1980, RHA’s earliest initiatives were born out of the energy crisis and the need to advance equitable access to vital services for underserved Californians burdened by rising energy costs. As a result, we helped pioneer the state’s first low-income energy efficiency program and have used our origins to guide the types of programs we implement today.

Whether we’re helping families lower their utility bills, assisting businesses in reducing their carbon footprint or encouraging Californians to get vaccinated, we strive to make a positive impact.

OVERVIEW OF RHA'S MISSION

OUR VALUES

PROACTIVE

Our team takes the initiative to identify opportunities, issues, deficiencies and inefficiencies and address them appropriately.

ADAPTABLE

Our team demonstrates flexibility and is open and receptive to changing priorities, situations and demands.

ACCOUNTABLE

Our team delivers responsive, thorough and timely work while accepting responsibility for errors.

COMMITTED

Our team shows dedication to our values and mission and is focused on supporting client, customer and co-worker success.

TEAM

Our team models a collaborative spirit, performs consensus building and supports diversity by demonstrating respect for all individuals.

Here are a few of the initiatives we have worked on over the last five years:

2021
  • 2021
       

    2021 - 2021: Vaccinate All 58 Campaign

    To help California successfully vaccinate as many eligible Californians as possible and end COVID-19’s devastating impact, RHA provides strategic outreach support to this campaign and has hosted more than 200 regional Collective Impact Tables with almost 4,000 participants since September 2021.

  • 2020
       

    2020 - 2020: California Complete Count – 2020 Census

    RHA supported this dynamic outreach and communications campaign with strategic thought partnership and design and development of reports and dashboards, customizing our approach in response to changes in landscape due to COVID-19, wildfires and social justice movements. 

  • 2019
       

    2019 - 2019: Energy Savings Assistance Program

    RHA helps California utilities reach low-income customers and provide energy education and weatherization services, resulting in over 80,000 customers receiving energy efficiency services in 2019.

  • 2018
       

    2018 - 2018: California Low-Cost Auto Insurance

    RHA designed and managed an outreach and advertising campaign to offer insurance at reduced rates to culturally and linguistically diverse and low-income individuals, resulting in 78,200 leads for this program.

  • 2017
       

    2017 - 2017: Water Conservation Program

    RHA provides customers with water usage assessments, education and water conservation measures, resulting in over 8 million gallons of water saved in 2017.

2016

CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP

INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITIES

INVESTING IN OUR COMMUNITIES

RHA supports the communities in which we live and work. Each year, our employees select a local cause to which our team gives back. Organizations we’ve supported recently include Catarina’s Club – Feeding the Children, Serving Seniors and Valley Teen Ranch. Last year, RHA supported Make-A-Wish Northeastern & Central California and Northern Nevada and was recognized for helping a local youth achieve her dream of playing the violin. This year, RHA will support the Dolores Huerta Foundation.

SUPPORTING SUSTAINABILITY

SUPPORTING SUSTAINABILITY

RHA is committed to doing our part for the planet. We assess how our operations affect the Earth and champion internal practices that protect human health, natural resources and the environment. We back up our beliefs with eco-friendly purchasing decisions and by using like-minded suppliers.

FOSTERING DIVERSITY

FOSTERING DIVERSITY

RHA prizes diversity and inclusion. We hire, promote and empower certified minority, women, disabled veteran and LGBT businesses and actively seek to connect with other diverse organizations through our supplier network. In 2020, RHA worked with 7 Women Business Enterprises, 2 Disabled Veteran & Minority Business Enterprises, 2 Minority Business Enterprise, 1 Women/Minority Business Enterprise and 1 Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise. Roughly 38% of RHA’s total company expenditures were made with diverse businesses in 2020.

Learn more about our supplier diversity initiative.

EQUITY AND INCLUSION TASK FORCE

RHA is committed to providing a safe environment that empowers our team to show up authentically. Our Equity and Inclusion Task Force (EITF) helps RHA cultivate this culture and foster equity and inclusion company-wide. Comprised of staff with various backgrounds, talents, perspectives and experiences, the EITF identifies opportunities for improvements and provides recommendations regarding policies and practices that ensure RHA is continuously evolving to support all team members. Thus far, the EITF has helped RHA assess our leadership development, recruitment practices, business partnerships, training and how we affirm existing diversity. Their insight and efforts are critical to ensuring RHA is an equitable and inclusive place to work with team members reflective of and committed to the communities we serve.

MEET OUR TEAM

Board of Directors

Leadership

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES

RHA is certified as a Minority Business Enterprise by the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council, an affiliate of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc.

RHA holds the following State of California licenses:

  • General Contractor: Class B
  • Specialty Contractor: Electrical Contractor C-10
  • Specialty Contractor: HVAC Contractor C-20
  • Specialty Contractor: Plumbing C-36
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