Haa Maruawe (Welcome)
The Comanche Nation Housing Authority (CNHA) is committed to providing affordable, safe, and decent housing, while promoting self-sufficiency through employment, education and economic stability to income eligible Native American families, with preference given to enrolled Comanche Tribal members.
The CNHA would like input from Comanche Tribal members. Whether you are a current tenant, or not, please complete this Survey. The CNHA thanks you for your time.
CNHA Welcomes new members to the Board of
Hosts Halloween Carnival
The CNHA Announces the Completion and Timely Submission of Our 2011
NAIHC Statement on President Obama Signing the HEARTH Act into
Open House for Comanche Tribal Elders
Click here to learn about our newly completed Cache Development Project.
On occasion the CNHA receives a special thanks for a job well done. Click here to read just a few of them.
NOTE: The Board of the Housing Authority has authorized the CNHA to discontinue the Near Elderly Program effective August 20, 2013.
Applicants on the Waiting List will be notified that the program has ended - many of these applicants may now be eligible for the revised Elder Program which has lowered the eligibility age to 55.
Native Americans with a Federally recognized CDIB card that
qualify as low-income as determined by the Income
Limits under the Native American Housing Assistance and
Self-Determination Act of 1996, with preference given to enrolled
Comanche Tribal Members. Income Limits are adjusted on an
annual basis. The chart above is current as of April
2013. Please use this information to determine whether you
meet the basic low income qualification prior to applying for any
program offered by the CNHA. Other qualifications may be
required for other programs.
The CNHA service area, as designated by the Medicine Lodge Treaty of 1886, consists of the following counties: Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Kiowa and Tillman. View Service Area Map