Introduction to Indian Housing Management
The Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) of 1996 gives tribal governments unprecedented flexibility in developing housing programs that meet the specific needs of their communities. But the Act also requires strict accountability and sound management practices. Learn some of the most important aspects of Indian housing management under NAHASDA in this two-day class.
This hands-on class will take you through a brief history of NAHASDA, focusing on the nuts and bolts, as well as the requirements of the law. You’ll review the development of one-year housing plans and discuss tactics for implementing them. You’ll also explore strategies for strengthening the TDHE’s capacity to manage the complexities of a tribal housing program.
Join our experienced instructor and gain an understanding of key housing management principles, such as managing risk, dealing with tenant complaints, developing and enforcing admissions and occupancy requirements, internal and external reporting requirements and much more. Don’t miss this opportunity to develop the skills that you need to run a successful Indian housing program. Register today.
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