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Chapter : Office of Public and Indian Housing
Office of Public and Indian Housing
- INTRODUCTION 794
- CONGRESSIONAL ACTION 795
- INFORMATION SOURCES 796
The Office of Public and Indian Housing (PIH) is responsible for directing the low-income public housing program, including housing for low-income seniors, of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and coordinating all departmental housing and community development programs for Native Americans and Alaska Natives. The low-income housing program provides financial and technical assistance for the development, operation, and management of public housing, including assistance to Indian Housing Authorities (IHAs) for low-income Native American families residing in Native American areas and reservations. ...