Housing is the foundation for the creation of Native American Connections and for supporting individuals in alcohol and drug recovery, family stabilization, and community wellness. Our first recovery program at Indian Rehabilitation provided safe housing in a drug free setting to predominantly homeless Native American men and has grown to where we have developed, own, and directly manage 300 units of quality, affordable housing - in a continuum and stair-step approach from homelessness to homeownership.
Several of our housing communities provide housing for working families that only need an affordable apartment for financial stability. While other housing communities provide much needed support services to individuals and families that are living with a disability or may come to us homeless.
In addition, Native American Connections owns and operates three office buildings, two located in Downtown Phoenix and one in Midtown Phoenix (www.nacsc.com). Office rental and leasing opportunities are available to other nonprofits, government offices, or private sector businesses.
Native American Connections oversees the management and operations (over 350,000 square feet) of our affordable housing communities, licensed behavioral health facilities, office rental properties, and the Native American Community Service Center. Employees are very committed to the highest customer service and qualified in all aspects of property management.
Native American Connections originally created its own in-house property management division to improve services and communication between the organization's behavioral health programs and the property management team. We managed to create a balance for effectively serving those in recovery while also abiding with all Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant laws and requirements.
As part of our Mission and Vision for housing Native American individuals and families, we purposefully develop and operate with the following principals:
Residents in our homeless housing communities receive case management services based on their needs and financial eligibility including:
Residents build a sense of community and belonging by organizing sober socials, recreational activities and other events. 12-step meetings, cultural and traditional healing ceremonies, and other social services are provided on-site or are available to our housing residents at our other programs locations.
Native American Connections partners with the Area Agency on Aging at our Stepping Stone location to provide a program for Native American and refugee Seniors 5-days per week that offers wellness and cultural activities and a nutritious lunch meal.
For more information on renting an apartment, owning a single-family home, or leasing office space, please call our leasing office at 602.252.2865 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.