Serving Native American Households Using ERA: Learning from High-Spending Programs
Examines high-spending Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) on Native lands to address housing issues such as overcrowding, homelessness, and application accessibility, among others. Examines 7 Tribes and Tribally Designated Housing Entities (TDHEs) in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, and Nebraska. Provides background on housing instability, statistics about allocated funding and households served by ERA, and challenges TDHEs face.
Neetu Nair, Sophie Siebach-Glover, Andrew Aurand
National Low Income Housing Coalition, United Native American Housing Association
Access · American Indian or Alaska Native · Benefit enrollment and application · Housing and homelessness · Statistics and data · Colorado · Montana · Nebraska · North Dakota · South Dakota · Utah · Wyoming