Homelessness is a growing problem among tribal communities. American Indians represent 90,000 homeless or under-housed families.* Supportive housing is an important part of the solution. It’s aligned with how Tribal Nations traditionally serve their people, with a holistic, community-based approach to service delivery.
CSH is working closely with tribal leaders, state and federal government representatives, and American Indian nonprofits and community members to help build solutions for these men, women and families. Our American Indian Supportive Housing Initiative (AISHI) is our flagship program.
See Project Profiles featuring CSH's work with Native Americans
*U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 2003.