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.

September 12-14, 2017 Quarterly Meeting & Training at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort

Quarterly Meeting and training open for registration now for the Northwest Indian Housing Association (NWIHA) community members and for those Tribal housing professionals not affiliated with the NWIHA who are interested in registering for the HUD-NWIHA co-sponsored training only as presented by First Nations Development Institute and Deborah Webster, Principal Concept Consulting Group, LLC from September 13-14.

Please click on the button below and follow instructions to register.

For those housing personnel not affiliated with the NWIHA, but who are interested in attending the HUD-sponsored training on the topic "Mixed-Income Development," occuring September 13-14: after clicking "Register Here!" below, choose the option "New Users" and enter your email address, create a password for yourself, and on the next screen scroll to the bottom and choose "Register Yourself": register for Option C (which will register you for the training only), then follow payment instructions.

For more information and details on registering, including a training-only agenda, please contact or check our website at

Register Here!

Calendar of Events

Please see check our calendar for any upcoming events and don't forget to register!

Click here to see the Calendar.