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Member Benefits

What is NAHRO?

  

The purpose of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) is to be the leading community and housing development advocate for the provision of adequate and affordable housing and strong, viable communities for all Americans, particularly those with low to moderate incomes, and to enhance the professional development and effectiveness of NAHRO's members.

Advocacy

  WyoNAHRO is committed to representing the interests of its members at the state, regional and national level, with HUD and other public interest groups. Each year, the Board of Directors advocates for affordable housing at the local and state level as well as to Congressional Representatives in Washington DC at the NAHRO Legislative Conference  

Networking

  

WyoNAHRO members have access to a wide variety of successful individuals and organizations.  Members find it helpful to know and learn from others who have experienced similar community and housing development challenges.

Professional Development

  

WyoNAHRO sponsors conferences and technical training designed to help housing professionals and partners acquire the practical skills needed for today’s community and housing development work environment.

Our Members

WyoNAHRO Members

 

Buffalo Housing Authority

Casper Housing Authority

Cheyenne Housing & Community Development

Cheyenne Housing Authority 

City of Casper 

Community Action Partnership 

First Interstate Bank 

First Stop Help Center 

George K Baum

Homeless Program/DFS

Interfaith of Natrona County

Jackson/Teton County Affordable Housing 

Property Management Inc.

Renew

Rock Springs Housing Authority

Salvation Army

Self-Help Center

The West Village Youth  Ranch

Volunteers of America 

Wyoming Business Council

Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA)

Wyoming Department of Health, Behavioral Health Dept.

Wyoming Dept. of Family Services

Wyoming Family Home Ownership

Wyoming Homeless Collaborative

Wyoming Housing Network

WyoNAHRO Members Administer

  • 2,093 Housing Choice Vouchers that annually pay more than $ 10,300,000 to more than 850 Wyoming landlords
  • 656 Public Housing units that contribute more than $ 1,200,000 annually to the economy through contracting and procurement activities
  • 2,330 project-based subsidized units with more than $ 9,000,000 in subsidy paid to owners annually
  • CDBG funds of $ 3,000,000 that secures job by funding local community development projects
  • HOME funds of $ 3,500,000 that creates on average 28 new or rehabilitated affordable rental units annually and secures jobs through the local contracting for rehabilitation and construction
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credits that create an average of 150 new or rehabilitated affordable rental units annually that brings approximately $ 18,000,000 into Wyoming through local contracting and material purchases 
  • Emergency Shelter and Homeless grants that serve the homeless
  • 175 VASH Vouchers providing stable and affordable housing for homeless veterans in collaboration with the VA hospitals in Cheyenne, Sheridan, Gillette, Casper and Rock Springs
  • Since 2008, NSP and HOME funds that have rescued 112 single family foreclosed properties around the state which has added value to neighborhoods and provided affordable homeownership opportunities for low income families, and replaced condemned multi-family rental units with 44 new affordable units.
  • WyoNAHRO promotes Fair Housing and provides members the opportunity to participate in ongoing training regarding Fair Housing and other program specific topics at Housing Conferences