housing outreach services


The Haliwa-Saponi Tribal Housing Department programs are primarily funded by the Native American Housing Assistance Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA). NAHASDA, which is administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), is a Legislative Act that allows Tribes to direct their own housing programs in order to more effectively serve the housing needs of the tribal community. Funds are also provided through grants from the Federal Home Bank of AtlantaUSDA, and NC Housing Finance Agency.


Programs include:

  • Outreach Services
  • Rehabilitation
  • Replacement
  • Homebuyer Assistance, and
  • Counseling Services


The Tribe also owns 30 apartments at Tomahawk Meadows, a house at TOT Properties, and a house on Hwy 561 that provide housing for Tribal members.  The TOT and 561 housing are open to the public; however, they are both currently occupied. Tomahawk Meadows is reserved only for Tribal Citizens that are age 62 or older.


For the application process to any of these programs contact Housing Services at thewlin@haliwa-saponi.com