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.
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.
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.
National American Indian Housing CouncilFor the People, Over 40 Years!
The Native Housing Update contains the latest updates on news, and events impacting Native Housing. The National American Indian Housing Council sends out the NHU on a bi-weekly basis. You can sign up to receive the newsletter and other NAIHC mailings here. Please be...read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HUD Secretary Ben Carson to Speak at NAIHC’s 2018 Legislative Conference MEDIA CONTACT AT NAIHC: Valerie Butterbredt (202) 454-0913 Washington, DC (February 8, 2018) – Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Sr. MD, Secretary of the US Department of Housing...read more
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has prioritized developing regulations for the Section 184 Indian Housing Loan Guarantee Program (Section 184) and is seeking to consult with Tribal Nations and Tribal Leaders at the beginning of the...read more
This course design will enable participants to learn how to prepare proposals designed for affordable housing projects or programs, such as housing construction/rehabilitation, program capacity building, community project/facilities, and infrastructure. Through a...read more
This interactive workshop addresses the environmental review requirements of 24 CFR Part 58 as they apply to HUD-funded housing rehabilitation activities. Participants will learn about the specific requirements that apply to housing rehabilitation, including NEPA and...read more
This is a two-day interactive course designed to develop the Housing Board’s knowledge of the federal rules and requirements related to accepting Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) funding and familiarize attendees with the operation of the Tribally Designated Housing...read more