A family must qualify according to national median income under NAHASDA guidance. Current guidance can be seen in the Housing Office.
Families that provide a complete application and verification of custody/placement of children under 18 years of age with required enrollment information, social security cards, and birth certificates for children under 18 years of age will have their name placed on the waiting list based on the size of their family.
The DCH verifies information provided by the applicant; income, household, past Landlord reports, and a Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Program. The court report is examined because the Federal Law states a person can be denied housing for certain criminal activities.
All selected tenants are required to abide by all policies of the DCH in addition to the Stockbridge-Munsee Housing Law and Public Peace and Good Order Ordinance. Evictions and grievances are heard through the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribal Court.
Low Income Apartment Application
Low Income Rental Program: Admission & Occupancy Policies