It’s time to register for the next Quarterly Meeting, to be held at the Great Wolf Lodge in Centralia, WA, on January 23-25.


At this meeting, in addition to our regular Business Meeting on Tuesday, on Wednesday we’ll be having representatives from NwONAP, USDA, and Kim Travis, of the Oregon Housing and Community Services who will be presenting the Oregon State Housing Plan. The AMERIND Safety Poster entries will be on display for members to choose their favorites. And last but not least, on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning we will be having training on a very important and timely topic: “Leveraging NAHASDA Funds for Enhancing Housing Opportunities”. As always, our banquet and scholarship auction will be held on Tuesday evening.

This quarter's meeting is being held at the Great Wolf Grand Mound Lodge in Centralia, Washington, a family-friendly environment that features a full indoor water park—perfect while it's cold outside!—and tons of onsite activities for kids and families to enjoy so bring everyone out!

To register for this event, or to find out more information, just click on the button(s) below.

Meeting & Training Fees

Event Registration

Agenda

Hotel Information

NWIHA-HUD Co-Sponsored Training Details

**After clicking the "Hotel Information" button above use Offer Code 1801NWIHA to reserve at the group rate at the Great Wolf Lodge. In addition, you may call 1-866-941-9653 to reserve by phone. The cut off for reservations is December 22, 2018; in addition, for those who prefer a less boisterous lodging option, we have reserved a small number of rooms at the Fairfield Inn & Suites, less than one mile from the Great Wolf Lodge: please call Cammi Wittwer there at (360) 858-5757 (please leave a message with your reservation information/request and Cammi will respond to you) or by email to curtis.crimmins@marriott.com

Room blocks at both locations are currently open for reservations.

Please email info@nwiha.org with any questions.



The Mission of the Northwest Indian Housing Association is to promote safe, sanitary, decent and affordable housing for Tribal members in the Pacific Northwest. We accomplish this by providing training and education opportunities; providing a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues; advocating for the collective benefit of all members; effectively linking members to information and financial resources; and working collaboratively with our industry partners.