Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
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Siletz Tribal Housing Department (STHD)

555 Tolowa Court
P.O. Box 549
Siletz, OR 97380-0549
Front Reception: (541) 444-8322
Toll-Free: (800) 922-1399 extension 1322
Fax: (541) 444-8313

Siletz Tribal Housing Department's Mission Statement

With funds provided by the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act and other resources, the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians (CTSI) will continue the operation of a housing program whose overall mission will be to ensure that low income Siletz Tribal Members have the opportunity to obtain housing that meets his/her needs, is affordable, and provides a safe, healthy living environment.

Housing

NAHASDA Income Guidelines

 

What do I need to submit with my application:

  • First, you must make sure the application is completely filled out, signed and dated by all adult members of the household. Household members are those who will be residing with you if, and when, you receive assistance. It is very important that all spaces on the application are filled in even if the answer is "none". Otherwise, the application may be returned to you for completion;
  • Include copies of social security cards for all members of the household; and,
  • Include all documentation of income. This would include copies of pay stubs, employment verification by the employer, benefit award letters, unemployment benefit check stubs, child support print out, per capita stubs, elder stipend stubs, and/or any documentation that documents income.

Incomplete applications will prevent you from being placed on the active waiting list. Your application date is based on receipt of your completed application, including all documentation.

The STHD completes the following:

  • Verify all income sources and amounts;
  • Criminal background checks;
  • Landlord references (RAP, Low Rent, Homeownership, and Property Management);
  • Happy Tenant (determines if tenant owes money or committed fraud during participation with any other housing authority); and
  • Documents tribal enrollment by requesting the Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB).