Housing

Our Purpose

The purpose of the Pinoleville Pomo Nation Indian Housing Authority is to provide affordable, safe, clean and adequate housing to lower-income tribal citizens and to increase housing opportunities within our communities that embrace traditional concepts and values.

The Pinoleville Pomo Nation Housing Authority intends to explore and effectively administer ingenius programs to maintain the existing housing supply and create new housing opportunities for the residents we serve and to provide supportive services and resources to residents and community members to promote self-sufficiency, health, stability, and improved lifestyles. For more information regarding the Fair Housing Act and be redirected to hud.gov, click here.

My name is Alicia Tlelo, I am the Housing Coordinator for Pinoleville Pomo Nation and was born and raised in Ukiah. I have an extensive background in housing, planning, and development. I am happy to be part of the community in which we serve. The services we provide include low-income housing and housing assistance. Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 we have additional funding for Emergency Rental and Utility Assistance for low-income households who were negatively affected. My overall goal is to continue making a significant contribution to the success of Pinoleville Pomo Nation and the Housing Department. I look forward to welcoming more housing and see myself settling in here for many years to come. If you have any questions regarding any of our programs, please feel free to contact me directly at (707) 463-1454 Ext. 114 or email me at aliciat@pinoleville-nsn.gov.

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Applications now being accepted for new Project Homekey apartments in Ukiah

The former Best Western in Ukiah purchased by Mendocino County for apartments with Project Homekey funds – K. Maxwell

The announcement from Mendocino County’s Health and Human Services, including details on how to apply:

This building will re-open as Live Oak Apartments– a 56 unit apartment building consisting of studio units of about 300 square feet each. This new apartment complex will provide bridge and permanent housing for households that are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Priority populations for Project Homekey include the following: seniors over the age of 60, families enrolled in CalWorks or receiving support through Child Welfare Services,
veterans receiving support and case management from the Veterans Administration, individuals enrolled in the Whole Person Care program, and individuals at high risk of complications from Covid-19. Detailed information about the project can be found at www.projecthomekeymendocino.org.

Applications for potential residents are primarily accepted through community-based organizations and the Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency. Community based organizations can learn more about the referral and application process on the “For Partners” page of the project’s website at www.projecthomekeymendocino.org.

Project staff are also accepting applications from individuals for consideration through the website, by email to project_homekey@mendocinocounty.org, or through an initial phone call to 707-468-7076.

 

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