ConnectHome Nation Pilot Program to Narrow the Digital Divide for K -12 Families Living in Indian Housing and Public Housing

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is pleased to invite American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, or their Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs), to apply to participate in the ConnectHome Nation project. ConnectHome Nation is a pilot program that was launched by the White House and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in 2015 and works with 28 pilot communities across the nation to narrow the digital divide for K-12 families living in Indian housing and public housing. Over the next three years, HUD has plans to expand ConnectHome Nation by including 100 new communities, 25 of which will be rural or tribal.

Please see the following documents for additional details.

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