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Housing Problems and Needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives


Authors: Urban Institute     Herbig, Carla     Kingsley, G. Thomas     Mikelsons, Maris    

Report Acceptance Date: May1996 (179 pages)

Posted Date: February 01, 2012

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The Assessment of American Indian Housing Needs and Programs was initiated in 1993, under the sponsorship of the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) The purposes of the study have been to. (1) evaluate the housing problems and needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives, (2) assess the effectiveness of existing federal housing programs in meeting those needs, and (3) compare alternative approaches and suggest ways in which federal policy regarding the housing of these Native Americans could be improved. This report, the first major product of the study, is its assessment of housing problems and needs .

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