Northwest Indian Housing Association

The Northwest Indian Housing Association (NWIHA) is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes affordable housing for Tribal members in the Pacific Northwest.
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.

Register for the Upcoming April 17-19, 2018 NWIHA Quarterly Meeting & Training at the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel

A few changes to our Business Meeting this time around: we will have representatives from NwONAP and CAPT Matthew Martinson of the Portland Area Indian Health Service present on Tuesday afternoon after morning business meeting proceedings. Then, Wednesday morning, we will continue the business meeting with our closed session and begin training, as usual, after lunch and finish up training Thursday at noon. The training topic this April is: “Responding to Drug-Use in Tribal Housing." As always, our banquet and Youth Scholarship auction will be held on Tuesday evening.

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

Meeting & Training Fees

Event Registration

Agenda

Hotel Information and Room Reservations (Instructions below)

NWIHA-HUD Co-Sponsored Training Details

The April NWIHA-HUD co-sponsored training presented by NAIHC is “Responding to Drug-Use in Tribal Housing” and will feature the following topics:

  • Writing and implementing policies that address the growing concern of drug use in tribal housing;

  • Addressing the social and political impacts of evictions due to drug use; and

  • Implementing follow-up procedures techniques that are necessary when drug use is encountered during home inspections.

Please check our website for updates where we will post further details and a full training agenda as soon as they become available.

Hotel Information and Room Reservations

The NWIHA sleeping room block at the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort is now open and will be open until rooms are sold out. Room block expires on April 1, 2018 though group rate will still apply after that date as long as rooms are available. The Hotel does not currently accept online room reservation, so please call 1-800-523-2464 and use the Booking ID 2964 or mention that you are affiliated with the Northwest Indian Housing Association. Please click here for directions to the resort. 

Email [email protected] with any questions and continue to visit www.nwiha.org for any updates or further information.

Thank you and see you soon!

NWIHA


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