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Tseshaht First Nation
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Housing

The Tseshaht First Nation Housing Program works with community members on Band Owned/Social Development Housing, Individual Homeowners, Elders and Disability and other types of housing.

While maintaining respectful relationships with tenants the housing department works cooperatively to collect monthly rent, conduct repairs and maintenance in a timely manner to ensure longevity of housing assets. We also assist members to receive funding for renovations, the housing department is a dedicated group of individuals who assist in improving the quality of life for all Tseshaht members.

Current Housing stats are:

  • 1 – Band Owned Home
  • 65 – Section 95 Social Housing Units
  • 157 – Individual Homes Owners

Some helpful forms and information:

Appendix-C-Housing-Application.pdf
TFN-PET_REQUEST_TFN.pdf
Housing-Policy-Final-Sept-10-2012.pdf
Facts-about-Bed-Bugs-september-2018.pdf
TFN-Housing-Funding-Guide.pdf
Purple-Maintenance-Request-Repair-form.pdf
Request-FOR-ADDITIONAL-OCCUPANT-or-OCCUPANT-CHANGE-Application-2018.pdf
APPENDIX-E-Request-for-Appeal.pdf

Some highlights include:

  • Aggressive use and increase in RRAP and Renovations
  • Built strong relationships and credibility with CMHC
  • Invested in renovating community homes with Canada Economic Action Plan funding
  • Housing Program-Recognized with AFOA award for Best Practices
  • Progressive Housing Policy
  • Organizations, Agencies and Nations recognizing Tseshaht as a model of best practices, requesting copies of our policy and invitations to speak at conferences
  • 53 New Homes Constructed since 2008
  • 34 Homes received RRAPs, under CMHC Funding Programs
  • 14 Homes received renovations under CEAP Program

For more information, please contact:

Deshana Sanderson, Housing Manager

Phone: 250.724.1225
Fax: 250.724.4385

Address: 5091 Tsuma-as Drive
Port Alberni, BC  V9Y 8X9

Gimme-Shelter-Registration-December-4-5-2018.pdf