Family Reviews

After we complete advocacy with our military families, we always are eager to learn how we did, and what we can do better. Check out some of our most recent reviews!

Have we helped you? Let us know how we did.

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Fort Campbell

We’re stationed on Fort Campbell and live in a home rented from Campbell Crossing. We had a pretty severe HVAC leak that lead to extensive damage to drywall and baseboards. After struggling for weeks to get any kind of maintenance started we found AFHA, and as soon as they were involved they provided us with the information we needed to push Campbell Crossing to get what our family deserved. We are now back in our home after the work was completed the right way, they even found a bigger hidden problem they resolved inside the walls and I don’t think it would have gone this smoothly without their help. Thank you AFHA!!

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Santo Terrace, San Diego

Thank you, thank you, thank you!! You helped ease my burden by taking my stress away. I’m so grateful for you!

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Fort Stewart

We’ve only been here a few months, and from week one we have had issues. Rachel has assisted us every step of the way and it’s literally due to her and her advocacy that we are finally getting a new safer home.

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Fort Leonard Wood

The most concerning issue was the lack of window guards on any of the upstairs windows. We went back and forth with several people at different levels in housing and were getting nowhere. This PCS hit us hard and we were already too tired and defeated to keep fighting but thankfully Kate stepped in and used her knowledge and the right verbiage to get things immediately resolved. We are so grateful to have the Armed Forces Housing Advocates as a resource.

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Naval Base San Diego

From the moment I was in contact with the advocates in AFHA, I knew I was in good hands. They have gone above their duties in advocacy and have not only helped me solve my issue with housing, but supported me emotionally as it took a huge toll on my whole family. They still check in from time to time, and they really are heroes for any family that lives in military housing and needs assistance.

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Fort Bragg

I know so many people are fighting with them and at times it feels like it isn't worth it, like you want to give up. But if you feel like something isn't right keep pushing. After going back and forth (with the help of Rachel and Brittney), letting them know I was aware they were violating not only my daughter's rights, but also federal laws, Corvias finally agreed to remove a carpet that was making my daughter sick, at their cost.