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HHCDA currently has a homeowners assistance program. See the recent news section at the bottom of this page to view program.

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The mission of the Ho-Chunk Housing and Community Development Agency is to foster a strong, healthy community of which Ho-Chunk Nation members can be proud – through providing members with quality, affordable housing and programs that help meet the Ho-Chunk Nation’s social, cultural, and community needs.

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Recent News

2022 Post-Secondary Rental Assistance Survey

The purpose of this survey is to collect data for our post-secondary rental assistance program. Currently the program requires that the household applying must have an adult living in the household who is currently enrolled into a post-secondary institution full-time. The data collected from this survey will help to determine if the program can be opened to part-time and/or students having to attend a post-secondary institution longer than 48 months. If you are a tribal member currently enrolled into a post-secondary institution please take some time to complete this brief survey.

HHCDA Homeowners Assistance Program

Homeowners Assistance Program 2021 is a new grant program to assist tribal homeowners with paying for mortgage, utilities, and other homeowner costs.  This assistance is provided from the US Department of Treasury and is intended for families that are  below 150% of median income guidelines for the Ho-Chunk Nation.

For more information please contact HHCDA at, 800-236-2260, ask for Dawn Wessels. Click the button below to download an application.

2021 Food Sovereignty Assessment

The purpose of this study is to gather data on the food system of the Ho-Chunk Nation. We will be gathering data on where tribal members purchase their food, how many tribal members are gardening or farming, and assess their level of knowledge of indigenous food preparation and cooking. Please take some time to participate in this survey.