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The most effective housing and community development programs involve local communities as leaders. That principle of self-determination underlies the very structure of HUD’s Native American housing and community development programs. Although HUD provides tribes with funding under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) of 1996, the tribes themselves determine how best to use those funds to meet their housing needs.

Within HUD, the Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) administers the agency’s housing and community development programs for Native Americans. These programs direct hundreds of millions of dollars to communities, empowering them to implement locally driven housing strategies.

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Obstacles, Solutions, and Self-Determination in Indian Housing Policy

Who Counts? Identifying Native American Populations

Local Initiatives Promote Homeownership in Indian Country

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EDITOR
Rachelle Levitt

MANAGING EDITOR
Keith Fudge

GUEST MANAGING EDITOR
Chase Sackett

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Chase Sackett
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