Cocopah Indian Housing and Development (CIHAD) was established by the Cocopah Indian Tribe to:
Provide safe, modern, and sanitary housing on the Cocopah Reservation for all Cocopah enrolled tribal members and their families wishing to reside on the Tribe’s own land.
Help transition those families into homeownership, as envisioned in the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA).
In response to the varying circumstances of Cocopah families, CIHAD has expanded over the years to offer several programs. Those programs now include single family and apartment rental homes for low and very low income families and homeownership programs for families able to qualify for lender offered mortgages. CIHAD also provides a variety of tenant counseling programs to assist families in achieving the financial security and stability required to transition into homeownership. Since CIHAD receives funding from a variety of sources and all of our programs are based on that funding, eligibility and restrictions will vary from program to program according to the requirements of the funding source.
ELECTRICITY: Arizona Public Service 928-782-7151 Project Share 928-783-0181 Customer Service Care Center 1-800-253-9405 http://www.aps.com
Project SHARE is a partnership between APS, Southwest Gas and the Salvation Army to help qualified persons pay their energy bills in financial emergencies and special hardship situations.
PHONE: Qwest Tribal Lifeline & Tribal Link Up 1-800-344-111 Lifeline & Link up Service 1-800-582-5706 New Service/Customer Service 1-800-475-7526 Report a Service Problem 1-800-214-8043 www.qwest.com The Lifeline Services provides for a monthly credit to help offset the cost of a home telephone line. The Link-Up Service provides a one-time credit to help offset the installation charges associated with a home telephone line. Both programs are administered by the Arizona Department of Economic Security — Community Services Administration. To be eligible for these programs, you must meet the regular Lifeline service criteria AND live on a reservation or pueblo.
APARTMENT TV HOOK UP: Direct TV Customer Service 1-800-531-5000 Direct TV Order 1-888-777-2454 www.directv.com
AMERIND RISK MANAGEMENT: Customer Service 1-800-355-2007 www.amerind-corp.org AMERIND is a non-profit, federal corporation with 100% Native American ownership and provides insurance coverage for all types of Indian housing. Its Individual Program was created to offer affordable coverage for Native American homeowners and tenants to protect their homes and personal property. Please contact AMERIND directly if you are interested in receiving a quote based on your own needs.
To reclaim an animal, the owner must show proof of shots and license and pay additional charges assessed by the Humane Society. These charges include: Impound Fee Basic Shots, Flea and Tick Treatment Boarding Fee and Other charges may also be assessed.