The Aboriginal Housing Management Association is the first of its kind not for profit Indigenous housing authority. Comprised of 41 Members across the province, we represent over 5000 families living off- reserve in British Columbia. Formed in the early 1990s we are the direct partner with Provincial Government and were created for Indigenous by Indigenous communities. AHMA leverages the collective impact of our membership to provide safe and secure housing for Urban, Rural, and Northern Indigenous Peoples in the Province of British Columbia.
WHO WE ARE
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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.
For more information please see AHMAs Constitution and Bylaws.