FAQs for the IHBG Competitive NOFA

by nlc-admin | July 11, 2019

Good Morning all: Attached is the 2nd round of FAQs regarding the IHBG Competitive NOFA.  The latest updates are in red. Additionally, here are links to the recorded training modules. (Make sure to hit the “cc” button in YouTube, if you’re interested in closed captioning.) Application Submission & Requirements: Rating Factor 1: Rating […]

Breathe Clean Air Away From Home

by nlc-admin | July 1, 2019

Just like our homes, vacation accommodations may have problems with indoor air quality (IAQ). These problems include the presence of mold and the volatile organic compounds found in some commercial cleaning supplies. Considerations for Vacation IAQ Ventilation—Airflow affects how bacteria and chemicals travel through the air. When you arrive at your vacation destination, properly vent […]

What’s New at ONAP?

by nlc-admin | July 1, 2019

NOFA – HEALTHY HOMES PRODUCTION FOR TRIBAL HOUSING GRANTS HUD’s Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes has announced the availability of $12 million for Healthy Homes Production for Tribal Housing grants to Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized) and Native American tribal organizations (such as a tribally designated housing entity submitting an application […]

HUD’s Southwest Office of Native American Programs Weekly Information Bulletin – June 24, 2019

by nlc-admin | June 27, 2019

Greetings from Cheryl Dixon-Zuni, Acting Administrator, HUD’s Southwest Office of Native American Programs, HUD’s Southwest Office of Native American Programs is pleased to share the attached Information Bulletin highlighting Training Opportunities, Funding Announcements, and Tribal News throughout our southwest region. For additional program information, HUD’s PIH Notices to Tribes and TDHEs are electronically posted to […]

Chemawa Indian School is accepting applications for Fall 2019

by nlc-admin | June 27, 2019

Chemawa Indian School in Salem Oregon, is currently accepting applications for Fall 2019. We are a boarding school, grades 9 through 12, comprised entirely of Native American students from all over the United States and below are a few basic facts about our school: • Students must be ENROLLED in a federally recognized tribe or […]