New housing helps keep families together

Local tribes help members stay on the reservation Courtesy of the Soboba Band of Luiseño IndiansIshwut Vega and his family are anxious to move into the new home they designed and watched be built at the Soboba Reservation. “They are given choices and options every step of the way,” said Soboba Housing Manager Francie Diaz. ■ Mike Hiles / Contributed For the past three decades, Soboba tribal members qualified for low income housing programs to meet their housing needs through the All Mission Indian Housing Authority (AMIHA) program. However, because today’s tribal members exceed the program’s income criteria, the tribe has invested in providing home loans for qualified applicants to build

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