The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated solely to achieving socially just public policy that assures people with the lowest incomes in the United States have affordable and decent homes.
USDA Tribal Programs and Services – USDA offers a variety of programs and services that are available to Tribal Governments, Tribal communities and organizations, and individual Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. The Office of Tribal Relations (OTR) is dedicated to ensuring that Tribes have relevant information on the programs and services available at USDA.
NeighborWorks – As a congressionally chartered, nonpartisan nonprofit, NeighborWorks America has created places of opportunity in communities across the country for nearly 40 years. We build the skills, supplement the funding and amplify the reach of grassroots organizations so they can leverage additional resources to achieve their missions. Our network of more than 245 independent, nonprofit organizations helps individuals, families and communities thrive through comprehensive approaches to affordable housing and community development.
RCAC – RCAC provides training, technical and financial resources and advocacy so rural communities can achieve their goals and visions.
Enterprise – As a proven and powerful nonprofit, Enterprise improves communities and people’s lives by making well-designed homes affordable. We bring together nationwide know-how, partners, policy leadership and investment to multiply the impact of local affordable housing development
Tribal HUD-VA Supportive Housing Program – In January 2015, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced a demonstration program to offer a permanent home and supportive services to Native American Veterans who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. The Tribal HUD-VA Supportive Housing program (Tribal HUD-VASH) will provide rental assistance and supportive services to Native American veterans who are Homeless or At Risk of Homelessness living on or near a reservation or other Indian areas. In its initial funding round, HUD is making available $5.2 million in grant funding to Indian tribes and tribally designated housing entities (TDHEs) to fund this rental assistance and associated administrative fees. Indian tribes and TDHEs participating in this program must partner with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide case management and supportive services to eligible Native American veterans.