Tribal Housing Admissions & Occupancy

June 16, 2020 – June 18, 2020 all-day


FREE TRAINING! Housing Admissions and Occupancy responsibilities are at the heart of the rental housing program. Often
occupancy specialists are the face of housing too many residents.

Participants will learn how Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) policies and program requirements impact the Admissions and Occupancy (A&O) process. Tribal Housing Board and management can learn more about developing and applying tribal policies and procedures that are clear, support staff, and promote equitable and compliant programs. Participants at this 3-day interactive training will receive instruction based on real-life examples on how to successfully operate an effective A&O program. As a part of the training, participants will receive guidance on and take part in interactive exercises on the “A-to-Z” of A&O program. Training topics include eligibility, wait lists, rent calculations, collections, inspections, and lease compliance. Discussions will be held on how Admissions and Occupancy staff may need to collaborate with maintenance on tasks such as work-order processing, unit turnaround, and tenant education on the basic maintenance of the unit.

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