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NAC Receives HUD Most Valuable Partner Award

The Phoenix Field Office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development selected Native American Connections as a recipient of the Most Valuable Partner Award for supporting HUD’s initiative of Building Inclusive and Sustainable Communities Free from Discrimination.

NAC & the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

Donations made to Native American Connections by December 31st qualify for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit. Donate up to $200 (filing as a single adult) or up to $400 (filing as a married couple) and you can receive a dollar for dollar credit on your Arizona income taxes. This means if you donate $200 and you don't owe taxes, you will get back the $200!

2014 NAC Parade Application & Details

The Native American Connections’ Annual Parade will be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 9:00a. The Parade starts at 3rd St. & Oak to Steele Indian School Park in Central Phoenix. Thank you to all previous parade entries and welcome to first-time parade participants. We are here to help and answer any questions.

NAC Announced "Community Champion" Awardee of the 2014 GPCC Impact Awards

Native American Connections was selected as the Small Business Community Champion winner for the 2014 Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Impact Awards. The IMPACT Awards honor the accomplishments of small and large businesses and the impact they have on the Valley's business community and economy.

The NAC Summer Program is right around the corner!

We need your help to make it a fun experience for the children of our housing communities. NAC's Summer Program will run from June 1 - July 25, 2014 with each week featuring different themed educational activities. NAC is currently seeking volunteers and donations of goods and services to supply the Summer Program activities

Thank you to all who made the Stepping Stone Community Celebration a great success!

NAC celebrated Stepping Stone's grand opening on March 28, 2014 with many prominent leaders in attendance; Phoenix Mayor, Greg Stanton, Phoenix District 8 Councilwoman Kate Gallego, Field Office Director Tony Ramirez U.S. Housing and Urban Development, Director Michael Trailor Arizona Department of Housing, Arizona Market President Benito Almanza Bank of America, Arizona Regional President Steve…

NAC's Recently Acquired "Virginia on 3rd" to Become the Most Innovative Substance Abuse Treatment Facility in Arizona

Earlier in 2013 NAC made a new addition to our sites for development by purchasing a lot on 3rd Street and Virginia in Phoenix, AZ. The "Virginia on 3rd" site will become two communities; one as the new integrated home of our legacy facilities; Indian Rehab and Guiding Star, and the other an affordable housing community. The men and women's rehabilitation facilities will combine into a brand new…

Historical Indian School Band Building to Be Renovated

Historical Indian School Band Building to be Renovated

NOW LEASING - Urban Living on 2nd Avenue!

NOW LEASING - Urban Living on 2nd Avenue is Native American Connections' newest affordable housing development.

Support Native American Connections through the Working Poor Tax Credit

Support Native American Connections through the Working Poor Tax Credit. This credit is a dollar for dollar reduction on your tax liability- Up to $200 filing single, and $400 per couple filing jointly.