24 NEW CONSTRUCTION HOMES FUNDED BY THE HOUSING, JOBS AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ACT
16 LOW-INCOME RENTAL UNITS FUNDED BY THE HOUSING, JOBS AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ACT
Proudly serving the housing needs of the Cherokee Nation since 1966
Military members with the Innovative Readiness Training program construct homes at the Mige Glory Addition in Tahlequah, OK
Proposed by Principal Chief Hoskin in 2019, the HJSCA authorized $30 million dollars to fund housing rehabilitation, create additional jobs in construction and related fields, improve the long-term financial and environmental sustainability of Cherokee Community Buildings, and to otherwise provide for the welfare of Cherokee citizens
The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation (HACN) was created in 1966 to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing within the Cherokee Nation. Over fifty years later, HACN continues that original mission of providing housing assistance through a number of diverse programs.
Click the Programs tab above to learn about all of the housing services offered by HACN.