Our Mission

To empower tribes and families to achieve self-sufficiency and success by providing affordable housing opportunities with education, counseling, support, employment, and training that promote traditional values.


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2017 APR Available for review

Posted in Annual Reports

The AVCP Regional Housing Authority (RHA) announces the availability of the Annual Performance Report (APR) for all its activities within federal fiscal year 2017 for public review. 


2018 Indian Housing Plan Submittal

Posted in Indian Housing Plan

Creating an effective tribal housing program requires an understanding of the housing stock and needs in the area to be served, as well as an understanding of the tribe’s housing priorities and preferences.

The process of gathering, analyzing and using information to make informed decisions is called planning.  Good planning will help ensure that your tribe produces an effective response to current and future housing needs.


AVCP RHA 2016 Self-Monitoring Report

Posted in Annual Reports

This is an independent assessment required under the Self-Monitoring Mutual Agreement (SMMA) between AVCP RHA and the Alaska Office of Native American Programs (AONAP). This report is for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2016.


Notice of Availability of Rental Vouchers for Homeless Veterans

Posted in Press Releases

The AVCP Regional Housing Authority (RHA) was granted a US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) Voucher Demonstration Grant in 2016.

The purpose of the program is to assist HUD and VA in finding rental homes for up to 20 homeless Native American Veterans in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region or AVCP Region of Alaska.


2017 Project Update

Posted in Press Releases

We are pleased to announce that our  2016 project season ended with with 21 homes constructed; 15 of which have already been occupied by families in their respective communities.

Our 2017 project season will include an additional 15 Home Mortgage Program homes in these communities: Chefornak, Hooper Bay, Kipnuk, Napakiak, Oscarville, Toksook Bay, Tununak, and Umkumiut.