AMIHA Office Update 

The AMIHA office is now open by appointment only, Monday-Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. Visitors will be required to wear a mask, and if you are feeling sick please reschedule your appointment. Thank you.

Homeowners Assistance Fund (HAF)

The HAF program is now accepting applications.  Tribal members from the following tribes living on or off the reservation are eligible to apply:

Agua Caliente, Cahuilla, Jamul, La Jolla, Morongo, Pauma, Pechanga, Santa Ynez, Torres Martinez, Twenty-Nine Palms, and Viejas 

The purpose of the Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) is to prevent mortgage delinquencies and defaults, foreclosures, loss of utilities or home energy services, and displacement of homeowners experiencing financial hardship after January 21, 2020, associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

Applications are available under the links and forms section, or you may contact the HAF staff if you have questions or need assistance at:

Susan Subish, Grants Management Specialist:
ssubish@amiha.org or 951-595-5485 work cell

Ana Farnsworth, Grants Management Assistant: 
afarnsworth@amiha.org or 951-428-1818 work cell

All Mission Indian Housing Authority

AMIHA currently serves as the Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) for fourteen (14) Southern California Indian Tribes. Our consortium includes Agua Caliente, Cabazon, Cahuilla, Jamul, La Jolla, Morongo, Pauma, Pechanga, Santa Rosa, Santa Ynez, Soboba, Torres-Martinez, Twenty-Nine Palms, and Viejas. AMIHA provides differing types of services to these tribes based on their housing needs and direction from tribal leadership. AMIHA was founded in 1970 with the purpose of providing affordable, low-income housing to Tribal Members. AMIHA serves 14 reservations in 3 counties. With over 48 years of experience working with multiple Indian Tribes and construction and rehabilitation of low-income housing, AMIHA is one of only three Indian Housing Authorities in the State of California that represents multiple Tribes. To date, AMIHA has built more than 1,000 housing units in San Diego, Riverside, and Santa Barbara counties.

AMIHA’s core mission continues to be the development and management of low-income housing programs for eligible program participants. Since 2008, AMIHA has built 88 units and will construct 14 in the upcoming 2017 construction season. Additionally, AMIHA has administered contracts that involved the comprehensive rehabilitation of over 100 existing units during the same time frame. AMIHA currently has approximately 144 units in management.

AMIHA continues to administer the old Mutual Help program for approximately 68 participants and deed over 6 to 7 units per year and administers the homeowner insurance and claims processes for our participants. AMIHA also continues to manage the AMERIND homeowner’s insurance program for Mutual Help and NAHASDA homeowners.

Mission Statement

To provide safe, affordable, and decent housing for Indian people residing on the reservations that incorporates traditional concepts and values. To seek out and effectively administer innovative programs to maintain the existing housing stock and to create new housing opportunities for the residents we serve.

Made in AmericaThe All Mission Indian Housing Authority is committed to the use of domestically produced items used in its procurement and contracting operations. Bidders and Offerers are encouraged to make the maximum feasible efforts to use products “Made in America”, when possible, in preparing their responses to AMIHA solicitation requests.