Native Knot - Native American Businesses Indian Culture Attractions Events
Search
Horses

How to obtain Tribal Housing

Living the American Dream is something everyone aspires to have in their lives. Weather it is renting or buying, finding a home that can fit your family’s needs can be stressful.  There are so many programs out there to choose from, and knowing the correct information is key.  We have it all right here, you can search by tribe and follow the links provided and you will be on your way to a new home in no time.

Absentee - Shawnee Housing Authority

The Absentee Shawnee Housing Authority exists to serve people in need, primarily Indian people. Service to the Indian Community must always be our first and foremost priority. It is our goal to provide excellence in service by being committed to improving the housing conditions and related social, education and economic aspects which affect the overall living conditions of the Indian community.

Apache Tribe of Oklahoma

 

The goal of the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma is the preservation of our culture, heritage and past while ensuring the success, furtherance and increased opportunities for each tribal member as we move to establish a brighter future which will provide enrichment and hope. For more information click here.

Caddo Nation of Oklahoma

Housing Programs offered by the Caddo Nation to its Tribal Members: Elderly Rental Housing Program, Affordable Home, Ownership Program, Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance Program. For more information you can click here.

Cherokee Nation

The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation was created in 1966 to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing within the Cherokee Nation.  Fifty years later, we continue that original mission and are dedicated to providing housing assistance through a number of programs.

Chickasaw Nation

Chickasaw Nation Housing Administration several different services to its tribal members who are looking for assistance in finding, purchasing, or renting a home.  For more information click here

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

To appropriately assist tribal members in their efforts to adequately meet their housing needs. We offer a few programs to help with your housing needs such as: Home Finance, Rental Assistance, Affordable Rental Housing.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation

Grant is a one-time-only grant for Native Americans, with priority given to CPN tribal members. All CPN tribal members residing in the United States may apply. This is just one example of the programs offered to tribal members in need of housing information

Comanche Nation

The Home Improvement Program is a home repair, renovation, and replacement grant program administered by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and federally recognized Indian tribes for the American Indian and Alaska Native individuals and families who have no immediate resource for standard housing. This is just one of many services we offer. 

Delaware Nation

It is the purpose of the Delaware Nation Housing Department to provide assistance to low-income Native American families with preference given to enrolled Delaware Nation members with safe and affordable Housing with funds from the Indian Housing Block Grant in accordance with the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act.

Delaware Tribe of Indians

Our mission is to: “Identify, develop and provide housing, community and economic development services to low-income members of the Delaware Tribe of Indians, and for other low-income Indians residing within the five-county jurisdictional service area. 

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma

The Housing Authority Board addresses the needs of the residents, maintains HUD regulation requirements, and ensures the Housing Authority policies are followed for the property. You can get more information here.

Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma

The Bah-Kho-Je Housing Authority was formally established on November 8, 1988 by Tribal Resolution I-89-10. However, the tribal ordinance was not enacted by the governing body until June 1995 and approved by the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) until December 1996.

Kaw Nation

The Kaw Housing Authority was established October 17th, 1977, to serve low income Native Americans with affordable and adequate housing. We’ve helped numerous Native American families purchase their homes in the areas of Newkirk, Kaw City, Ponca City, Blackwell and Braman, Oklahoma.

 

Kialegee Tribal Town

When offered separate federal recognition in 1936, Kialegee accepted, along with two other of the forty-or-so Creek towns, Thlopthlocco and Alabama-Quassarte. For Information on Housing at Kialegee Tribal Town

Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma

Darko Affordable Housing Solutions offers the following programs. For more information on these programs click here
The Rental Housing Assistance Program, The Home Rehabilitation Program, The Down Payment and Bridge Assistance Program

Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

The Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) is funded through the US Department of Housing & Urban Development and provides services to Native Americans in the following areas: Indian Housing Assistance, Indian Housing Development, Crime Prevention and Housing Management Services. Miami Tribal members receive preference.

Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma

Modoc Housing Authority (MHA) manages the HUD Native American Low Income Housing program (see below Modoc Housing Form for application) for the Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma. Modoc Tribal members are give preference on the waiting list and with rents at a reduced rate. 

Muscogee (Creek) Nation

The housing programs we offer are: Lease with the option to purchase, Emergency Repair, Mortgage, and Closing Cost Assistance, Rental Homes. Here is more information on these programs

Osage Nation

We offer the following programs to our tribal members: Down Payment Assistance, Home Ownership Assistance, Senior Housing, Full Home Rehab Assistance. Emergency Home Rehab Assistance, Osage Nation Housing Assistance. For more information on any of these programs click here

Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians

The Otoe-Missouria Tribe provides housing services through the assistance of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) from the department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 

Pawnee Nations of Oklahoma and Nebraska

Direct Assistance : Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Community Service Block Grant (CSBG)

Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma

Down Payment Assistance Program: Low Income Native Americans, who reside in Ottawa or Delaware Counties in the State of Oklahoma, are eligible for the Down Payment Assistance Program.First preference will be given to members of the Peoria Tribe and Ottawa Tribe. For more information click here

 

Quapaw Tibe of Indians

Elder Housing, QT Rental Housing Program, NAHASDA (Native American Housing and Self-Determination Act). We have finished the rehab project in Miami and have started on a demo/replacement project east of Quapaw. 

Sac and Fox Nation

Housing Authority of the Sac and Fox Nation - To provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing to eligible, low income Sac & Fox tribal members, elders, and other Native Americans. Also to provide employment opportunities for Sac & Fox tribal members and other Native Americans. If you have any questions.

Seminole Nation of Oklahoma

The Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma utilizes funds from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. Our mission is to create affordable housing through safe and viable communities that enhance the quality of life for tribally enrolled members of the Seminole Nation.

 

Seneca-Cayuga Nation

Types of Housing Assistance we offer: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Application (LIHEAP), NAHASDA Housing Assistance Application Packet, For more information on these programs click here.

Shawnee Tribe

The Shawnee Tribe has to abide by the requirements and guidelines issued by the US Department of Health and Human Services for the LIHEAP program when distributing funds. 

Thlopthlocco Tribal Town

The Housing Department provides housing assistance to low-income Native Americans in need of decent, safe and affordable housing. 

Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma

The Tonkawa Tribal Reserve is located in Kay County, in Northern Oklahoma. Tribal headquarters are situated on the west bank of the Chikaskia River, about 2.5 miles southeast of the town of Tonkawa. Ponca City lies just 12 miles east via U.S. 60. Oklahoma City is approximately 100 miles due south. 

United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indains

Legends of the Kituwah people say that the name was given after seven of the wisest men of the ancient Cherokees went to the highest peak and fasted for seven days and nights, asking the Creator for guidance. This peak is known today as "Clingman's Dome."

Wichita & Affiliated Tribes

The Wichita Housing Authority is the Tribal Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) of the Wichita & Affiliated Tribes. Established in 1992 under the Wichita Housing Act (Wichita Public Law 92-100-002) in is governed by a five member Board of Commissioners as an entity of the Tribe. 

Wyandotte Nation

The Housing Department offers home ownership and rentals within our service area.  There are Eleven  senior duplex units, twelve  family housing units, and two small family duplex units, in the Heritage Acres Housing Addition.  The Housing Department also has fifty-four home ownership and rental units located in Ottawa, Delaware and Mayes Counties.

Comments:

« Back

Newest Indian Country Contests

No contests at this time.