The Aboriginal Housing Management Association is a first of its kind leading organization that leverages the collective impact of its membership to provide Urban, Rural, and Northern Indigenous housing for the Province of British Columbia, Canada.
AHMA is a model of effective self-governance, placing humanity and the needs of the people it serves at the centre of all efforts.
AHMA recognizes the diverse cultural and regional factors that influence successful housing
for its members across the province and supports them to reflect their individual priorities while together in partnership.
AHMA believes our core values must have an active influence and that our staff and management live by them in their decision-making within-and as much as possible-outside of the organization.
We will work to ensure all Aboriginal people in British Columbia have access to safe, secure, and affordable housing, through a culturally sensitive housing authority that supports, inspires, and responds to the needs of Aboriginal communities and Aboriginal housing providers in British Columbia.
See our Annual Report for 2015-2016 for more about our recent accomplishments.
See our Strategic Plan 2015-2018 to see where we are headed as an Association.
IN THE COMMUNITY
PARTNER WITH AHMA
AHMA is proud to share its expertise and partner with organizations, large and small, to advance understanding of off-reserve aboriginal housing issues while providing opportunities to:
- improve awareness of culture
- create Aboriginal Caucuses
- develop programs that enhance mutual understanding with aboriginal communities
Through partnerships, we build relationships and improve knowledge and understanding.
University of British Columbia
BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA)
Canadian Housing Renewal Association (CHRA)
Become a partner.