Only Indigenous clients are selected to occupy designated units. Eligible clients are those who cannot afford or obtain adequate and suitable accommodation in their market area. Eligible applicants are interviewed and approved applicants are offered rental units as vacancies occur.
The BFHA is a non-profit housing corporation which assists Indigenous families in obtaining adequate and suitable housing at charges that are geared to their incomes. The BFHA which formally began operating on November 1st, 1989, is funded by and operating agreement with the Urban Native Branch of the Manitoba Housing and Renewal Corporation, which represents the federal and Manitoba governments.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Brandon Friendship Housing Authority Inc. is governed by the board. There are seven seats on the Board
All members of the Brandon Friendship Centre are members of the BFHA, and are eligible to vote at the BFC Annual General Meeting held in June.