Cook Inlet Housing serves a culturally diverse population living at or below 80% of the area median income. More than 30% of the entire population of Anchorage fits in this income demographic. And more than 50% of the area’s Native population falls under these same guidelines, making them eligible for many of CIHA’s programs.
CIHA receives much of its funding through the Native American Housing and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA), a national legislation designed to meet the critical housing needs of Alaska Natives and American Indians.
Additional diversified funding sources — used especially in the development of our rental properties — allow CIHA to provide homes for a culturally diverse client base. CIHA is committed to creating neighborhoods and communities that foster and celebrate cultural diversity.