The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation is expanding the Cherokee Nation’s Homeowner Assistance Fund program to help eligible citizens experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Homeowner Assistance Fund will be available to eligible mortgage holders while funds last, which is estimated to be through 2026.
“The Homeowner Assistance Fund offered through the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation can help eligible Cherokee Nation citizens overcome certain challenges, such as delinquent mortgages and past due property taxes, so that they can remain in their homes,” HACN Interim Director Jerri Ann Killer said. “Cherokee Nation and the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic and this expansion of services is one of the great relief opportunities we can provide with funding through the U.S. Department of Treasury.”
A complete list of eligibility guidelines can be found online at www.hacn.org/HAF along with a link to the Homeowner Assistance Fund application.
The Housing Authority will prioritize applicants with households located within the Cherokee Nation Reservation, along with those who have households in a Kansas or Arkansas county that borders the Cherokee Nation Reservation in Oklahoma.
For more information, visit www.hacn.org or call 918-456-5482.