Message from the North Attleborough Housing Authority

The North Attleborough Housing Authority (NAHA) Board of Commissioners and Staff share in the anger, frustration, sadness, and apprehension resulting from ongoing acts of racism in our country. Though discrimination and prejudice are unfortunately not new occurrences in America, the current socio-political climate has unveiled previously disputable acts, which now receive public awareness by way of easily accessible videotaping and social media outlets. The COVID pandemic and its disproportionate impact on black and brown people have underscored its prevalence and intensified reactions to it. Yet, systemic racism continues to be a barrier to upward mobility and self-sufficiency for the minority populations we serve.

NAHA Staff and Commissioners are “housers” of the Commonwealth’s low-income families, elderly and disabled. We hold that a safe, decent affordable home and thriving community are essential for quality and success in life, especially for children. Every day, public housing authorities promote and adhere to the principles of fair housing, equal access and opportunity, and anti-discrimination. We foster core human values of respect, dignity and accountability in the programs we deliver.

NAHA’S Mission is to provide safe, decent, and sanitary conditions for very low income families and to manage resources efficiently. These efforts are evidenced by adoption of the industry Codes of Conduct, the Ethics programs of both HUD and DHCD; and the promotion of a Resident Code of Conduct.

From the 2017 HUD Admin Plan: NAHA promotes “fair housing and the equal opportunity for very low-income families of all ethnic backgrounds to experience freedom of housing choice.” We work to empower our residents and a healthy community. We remain committed to being part of the solution to the injustices that exist and evolve.

We will continue to listen to our members and industry partners and collaborate on ways to influence public policy to eliminate racism and inequality. We welcome the opportunity to distribute materials and schedule presentation to advocate, educate and affect change with a common goal of true “equality for all.”
We are ALL in this together.


THE NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HOUSING AUTHORITY OFFICE IS FULLY OPERATIONAL, BUT CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! PLEASE CALL AHEAD IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF AN APPOINTMENT. WE WILL POST UPDATES AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE. ALL APPOINTMENTS REQUIRE YOU WEAR A MASK AND ARE LIMITED TO 2 PERSONS AT A TIME.

If you have any documents to drop off, just put them in the drop box outside the door, or mail them to us.

For YOUR health and safety, and that of our employees, only emergency and urgent work orders will be completed until further notice.

These practices will minimize contact and risk of anyone’s exposure. You should still call with ALL work orders so we get those on the list for when we can get those done. Please be aware that there may be a shortage of staffing at any time.

Clearly, these COVID 19 conditions bring different practices. We will work together to keep safe and to protect each so we can get through this together.

Dan Ouellette, Executive Director


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North Attleborough Housing Authority was established in 1948 in order to promote fair, adequate and affordable housing. We are committed to our residents, as well as the community. NAHA encourages growth and self-sufficiency among all of its population.

All of our developments are special communities, whether it be Circle Court, Elm Terrace, 22 S. Washington St., Falmouth St., Smith St., Goldie Rd., Jefferson St. or Clifton St. Many of the features in our communities are used in common with residents and our neighbors. In order for our developments to fulfill their potential, everyone shares in the community spirit. Respect and consideration for others are the keys to our success. The residents enjoy an environment where staff are well trained and dedicated to providing a decent home.


HOURS
Monday - Wednesday     8:00 to 4:30
Thursday 8:00 to 6:00
Friday 8:00 to Noon

The Board of Commissioners meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in our Conference Room.