Overview of Current Programs

Working together with individual tribes, we have developed a planning process affording them maximum self-determination in prioritizing their housing needs, and deciding on the type of assistance that best addresses those needs. These priorities, combined into a unified Indian Housing Plan (IHP), constitute the IRHA work program.    IRHA strives to provide housing programs that will assist as many low to moderate income Native Americans in the Interior of Alaska as possible. Through a partnership with Tribes that have chosen IRHA as their designated housing authority, it is our mission to encourage self-sufficiency and enable those we serve to realize the American Dream of Homeownership. The following is a brief explanation of the current programs available to those who qualify.

  • NAHASDA Overview

    Brief summary of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996

  • TEAM

    Tribal Equity Advantage Mortgage

  • HOPE

    Home Ownership Program for Elderly

  • HOP

    Homeownership Program

Applications and Forms