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What is NAIHC?

 

The nation’s only tribal non-profit organization dedicated solely to improving housing conditions in Native American communities, advancing housing infrastructure development, and expanding economic and community development across Indian Country.

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We Are Your Voice in Washington, D.C.

NAIHC serves as an advocate to Congress and the Administration on behalf of Native housing entities and their efforts to provide culturally relevant and quality affordable housing on behalf of Native people.

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Building Capacity

NAIHC provides training and technical assistance to tribal housing authorities, Tribally Designated Housing Authorities (TDHEs) and tribal housing professionals.

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Stand Together

NAIHC hosts three meetings a year: the Legislative Conference aimed at advocacy on Capitol Hill; the Annual Convention targeted for all tribal housing professionals and interested parties; and the Legal Symposium focused on the legal and regulatory issues.

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Strength in Numbers

NAIHC members have a voice in providing culturally relevant and quality affordable housing for Native people.

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For the People, For 40 Years!

 

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Coleville Indian Housing Authority – Request for Proposals

Click here for RFP The Colville Indian Housing Authority (“CIHA”), the tribally designated housing entity for the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, is inviting appropriate individuals and firms to submit proposals for the provision of grant writing and...

HUD-VASH Project-Based Voucher Set-Aside Announcement

On July 1, 2016 the Department of Housing and Urban Development published the FY2016 HUD-VASH Project-Based Voucher (PVB) Set-Aside notice was published. These PBVs will enable homeless veterans and their families to access affordable housing with multiple supportive...

House and Senate will break for National Convention and summer recess

Next week, the House and Senate will break for National Convention and summer recess.  Please take any opportunity to contact your lawmaker to personally voice your support for NAHASDA reauthorization and increased funding for Indian housing programs – this is...

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National American Indian Housing Council

NAIHC is the only national organization representing housing interests of Native people who reside in Indian communities, Alaska Native Villages, and on native Hawaiian Home Lands. The NAIHC is composed of 271 members representing 463 tribes and housing organizations. NAIHC also has associate and individual members and organizations that support our mission. NAIHC is guided by a 10-member Board of Directors representing Native housing entities in nine geographical regions throughout the United States. NAIHC promotes and supports Native housing entities in their efforts to provide culturally relevant and quality affordable housing on behalf of Native people. NAIHC services to its members and the general public include: Advocacy for housing opportunities and increased funding for Native American housing and community development programs; Training in many areas of Native housing management; On-site technical assistance for Native housing professionals; and Research and information services related to Native housing issues and programs. NAIHC is supported by member dues and fees, government, foundation, association and private grants. If you are interested in supporting the work of NAIHC, please contact us at (202) 789-1754.
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National American Indian Housing CouncilWednesday, July 27th, 2016 at 8:28am
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2016 NAIHC Legal Symposium
Mark your calendars & Save the Date!
December 5-7, 2016
The Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, NV

This is the premier learning event for housing and legal professionals from across the country working to address the availability and access to affordable housing for Native American families.

Bringing together legal practitioners, housing organizations, tribal housing authorities, law students, legal academics and other tribal leaders - Join more that 500 of your industry peers and foremost experts in Indian housing law and regulations.

Explore ideas, experiences, share insights and address emerging issues whether you are a seasoned legal practitioner or just beginning your professional path working in housing this is the event to attend

http://naihc.net/legal-symposium/

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We are excited to announce NAIHC new home at:

122 C Street NW Suite 350
Washington, DC 20001.

We encourage everyone to stop by!
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National American Indian Housing CouncilSaturday, July 23rd, 2016 at 9:50am
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FHA TO INSURE MORTGAGES ON CERTAIN PROPERTIES WITH PACE ASSESSMENTS
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HUD AWARDS $75 MILLION TO HELP LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS RECEIVE JOB TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT
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