The National Low Income Housing Coalition strongly urges Congress to increase funding to build and preserve affordable homes in Native communities with the greatest needs.

Native Americans in tribal areas have some of the worst housing needs in the United States. They face high poverty rates and low incomes, overcrowding, lack of plumbing and heat, and unique development issues. Despite the growing need for safe, decent homes, federal investments in affordable housing on tribal lands have been chronically underfunded for decades, particularly in more rural and remote areas. Recent changes to federal Native housing programs have led to an even greater reduction in resources for communities most in need.

Memo to Members and Partners Articles

January 30, 2019

Concrete Steps Congress Can Take To Solve America’s Housing Crisis

The National Low Income Housing Coalition released today Opportunities to End Homelessness and Housing Poverty in the 116th Congress, a memo to incoming senators and representatives on concrete steps they can take to help address one of the most critical issues facing extremely low income families…

October 9, 2018

NLIHC and Native American Partners Send Letter to HUD Urging Targeted Funding

Together with more than 40 Native American leaders and housing authorities, NLIHC sent a letter on October 1 to HUD that provides recommendations on how to target new competitive housing grants to Native American communities with the greatest needs. Congress appropriated this $100 million in…