We promote affordable housing for Tribal members in the Pacific NorthwestNavigation
Also honored was Margaret Tom – currently the Executive Director of Port Gamble S’Klallam Housing Authority, for her 30 years of Federal service at HUD’s Northwest Office of Native American Programs. Pictured with her traditional Pendleton Blanket is NWIHA Chairman, Brook B....Read More
NWIHA holds its Annual Awards Banquet at its September Quarterly Meeting. Diana Phair is one of the longest-serving Executive Directors in all of Indian country. She also was selected to serve on the Negotiated Rulemaking Committee – and served as an alternate during the...Read More
Write your members of Congress (your Congressman in the House of Representatives) today, in support of the Reauthorization of NAHASDA: This letter is only addressed to a member of the House. Not senate. SAMPLE LETTER TO CONGRESS Word version NAHASDA Fact Sheet with Sample...Read More
The Northwest Indian Housing Association (NWIHA) will hold its next Quarterly Meeting at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, WA beginning on Wednesday, September 10. On Wednesday, members will be welcomed by the Chairman of the Chehalis Tribe, David Burnett, who will open...Read More
Sami Jo Difuntorum of the Siletz Tribal Housing Department is Named Chairwoman of the National American Indian Housing Council at their 40th Anniversary Convention and Trade Show in Kansas City, MO on June 5, 2014. Sami Jo currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Northwest...Read More
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The Mission of the Northwest Indian Housing Association is to promote safe, sanitary, decent and affordable housing for Tribal members in the Pacific Northwest.
View our recent listings of new resolutions, focused on addressing the needs of native housing and related topics.