Northwest Indian Housing Association

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.

September 2018 Annual Meeting & Awards 


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NWIHA Quarterly Meeting

You can now register for the September 11-13, 2018 NWIHA Quarterly Meeting & Training at the Spirit Mountain Casino and Lodge in Grand Ronde, Oregon.  Be sure to note that our meeting dates were changed from the dates provided at the April meeting.  You can get more information about the meeting by clicking on the links to the right.

This meeting also serves as our Annual Meeting, so one of the special events is the presentation of our Annual Awards to individuals you feel are deserving for special recognition.  To enter your candidate(s) for the Annual Awards, please click on this link:  Annual Awards Form.

In addition to our regular agenda items, our September meeting will also include a presentation by the BIA and several of our local members regarding the HEARTH Act; a presentation by the VA Office of Tribal Government Relations regarding Veterans Programs in Indian Country, a training session Rental Housing: Beyond Homeownership that will emphasize the financial aspects of developing and operating rental housing programs; and as always our Scholarship Auction at the Banquet on Tuesday evening.  The Grand Ronde Tribe is also planning some special activities which we're sure you'll enjoy.