April 9, 2012

Revamped “Codetalk” site delivers the latest on Native American housing issues

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During the 20th Century, Native American ‘code talkers’ relayed vital encrypted information to help Allied forces win two world wars.   Inspired by these heroes, HUD’s Office of Native American Programs created “Codetalk.”

Codetalk introduces visitors to all the critical information related to housing programs for Native American communities. A revamped Codetalk was recently launched with new features that include resources for Tribal Leaders. Here’s a short tutorial to guide you through the new site.

You’ll notice there is a new calendar of events listing upcoming conferences, trainings, consultations and many other happenings.  For example, look for the next HUD Tribal Consultation with tribal leaders in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 25th as the process moves forward on the “Assessment of Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Housing Needs” (Housing Needs Study)”.

You’ll also find information on grants, economic development programs, home buying opportunities and much more. But if you still have questions, HUD Office of Native American Programs staffs at our Headquarters office in Washington, DC, or at one of our six field offices are available to meet, discuss, and answer any questions you may have. Click below to contact them.

Headquarters (Washington, DC)

Alaska ONAP (Anchorage)

Northwest ONAP (Seattle)

Southwest ONAP (Phoenix)

Northern Plains ONAP(Denver)

Southern Plains ONAP (Oklahoma City)

Eastern Woodlands ONAP (Chicago)

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