The 8th Annual Native American Housing Conference will be held June 10th-11th, 2019 at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, CA!

Through a series of panels and round-table discussions, attendees will hear from top experts in the housing field on the state of housing in Native America. Regardless of your tribe’s focus, you’ll explore programs aimed at helping you serve your entire community. You’ll benefit from networking with other tribal leaders and housing directors representing over 100 tribes throughout the country. Discover innovative ideas from housing professionals who share the common goal of bringing affordable housing to Indian Country.

3 Conferences for the price of 1!
This event is being held in conjunction with our:
13th Annual Native American Economic Development Conference
8th Annual Native American Healthcare Conference
When you register for one, you will have access to all three conferences!

Exclusive Housing Corporate Partner

For Elected Tribal Council or Tribal Government/Enterprise Representatives

Group Rate (4 or more paid from same tribe or entity)

For Other Industry Professionals

Pechanga Resort & Casino

45000 Pechanga Pkwy
Temecula, California 92592
(888) 732-4264

Group Code: 4585186
Cut-off Date: May 7th, 2019
Room Rate: $184

CLICK HERE to book your rooms online.

You can book your rooms online or by calling Hotel Reservations (888-732-4264) and mentioning Native Nations Events 2019 Conference and providing the booking code 4585186.

Exclusive Corporate Partner


Interested in sponsoring? Inquire to view sponsorship packages.


This event is being held in conjunction with our:
13th Annual Native American Economic Development Conference
10th Annual Native American Healthcare Conference

They will share one exhibit hall so when you sign up for one you will have access to all attendees, giving you the opportunity to network with hundreds of decision makers from throughout the U.S.

“The opportunity to network with other attendees is very important. We need to take advantage of every opportunity to engage in dialogue with other Tribes.”
-William Mitchell, Assistant General Manager of Tribal Operations, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation

“I like that there are several conferences conjoined, I think that offers value. I cross-pollinate between Housing and Economic Development; the option to take in different track sessions at the same conference/location was nice.”
-Cheryl Cloud, Executive Director, Red Cliff Housing Authority

“Excellent presentations and a very friendly working staff.”
-Mark Desjarlais, Technical Services Admin. Support, Touchwood Agency Tribal Council

“If you want to learn more about what other tribes are going through and to get insight as to how they are addressing their issues that are similar to Navajo’s, attend it. There’s so much more to housing problems in Native America.”
– Kristina Bitsue, Housing Specialist, Navajo Housing Authority

“I enjoyed everyone that presented; there was really good information shared on every aspect of each session. This conference is not just for the housing who is participating in the HUD program it is overall every tribe that has a housing program. I also really enjoyed how Native Nation Events combined the housing conference with other events.”
– Debra Jones, Director, Northern Ute Tribe

“Informational and with real concerns on other topics that involve housing.”
– Monica K Morgan, Legislative Representative, Tohono O’odham

“Very valuable. We made good connections. A speaking spot is definitely a perk. We plan to attend future years and will continue presenting.”
– Casey Cline, Development Director, Travois