Quechan Housing Authority

The Quechan Housing Authority was established in 1963 as an organization to administer and manage operations to meet the needs of Quechan families on the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation. QHA manages approximately 200 rental and homeownership units under various programs. Throughout the decades, QHA has expanded their portfolio of funding through the 1937 Housing Act (37 Act), Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA), Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG), Tribal Funds, and Low Income Housing Tax Credit Programs.

QHA is always striving to seek opportunities to provide rehabilitation services to our tribal homeowners in need of improvements. We have the ability to provide sustainable services with the assistance of USDA Rural Development, Indian Health Service (IHS), and the Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG). QHA continues to seek new grants and maximize current sources to provide the best services available to our residents. The Quechan Housing Authority’s ultimate goal is to progress in creating new affordable housing and supportive opportunities for Quechan families.

Historical Data of Self-Help Housing Program

Year Began


Total Homes

53 Repaired

Area Served

Quechan Indian Reservation

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