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The Grand Ronde Tribal Housing Authority (GRTHA) was established by Tribal Ordinance on March 27, 1996 to develop and implement Tribal housing programs.

Important:

The Grand Ronde Tribal Housing Authority has reopened the student rental assistance program. We will start accepting new application as of August 1, 2013. Please note that if you were receiving benefits from this program at the time it was suspended you will not have to reapply, Click here for more information


Mission Statement:

To ensure that each CTGR Tribal member has the opportunity to reside in housing that is affordable, provides a safe and healthy living environment, and promotes self sufficiency, Tribal pride and spirit.


Objective:

To create affordable rental housing options for families, sensitive to their unique and special needs, and accommodating a diverse mix of one, two, three, four and five bedroom apartments. The project is located within the Grand Ronde community, near the Tribal government and related services, allowing Tribal members currently living in the area, or wanting to return to their homeland, a quality place to live and call home.

GRTHA annually prepares a housing plan adopted by both the Housing Authority Board and Tribal Council based on information from a comprehensive Housing Needs Assessment performed every five years. This plan is submitted to HUD’s Office of Native American Programs.  GRTHA’s annual allocation from these Indian Housing Block Grants is approximately $3 million per year for the purpose of operating existing projects and developing new affordable housing communities and programs.

GRTHA is governed by a seven member Board of Commissioners, appointed by the Tribal Council, for three year terms.