To apply for Housing Assistance, visit our page on Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority

Mission Statement

The Department of Housing shall seek to assist Tribal Members in obtaining and maintaining housing that meets generally accepted standards of safety, decency, sanitation, and comfort. In doing so, the Department shall safeguard the interest of the Tribe, enhance the sovereignty of the Tribe and exercise stewardship over those resources committed to it by the Tribe. 

IHBG: Indian Housing Block Grant

  • Elders Rental Assistance 
  • Student Rental Assistance
  • ​​​​​​Emergency Housing Assistance 
  • Mortgage Assistance 
  • Rental Deposit Assistance 
  • Home Repair and Improvement 
  • Down Payment Assistance 

To apply for Housing Assistance, visit our new site at:

HHAP Program: Homeless Housing and Prevention Program 

  1. Rental Assistance Program 
  2. Food/clothing Assistance 
  3. Temporary Shelter Assistance 

Please contact the office for further information and to make an appointment to come in and complete the application. 

LIHEAP: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program: 

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) assists eligible low-income households with their heating and cooling energy costs, bill payment assistance, energy crisis assistance, weatherization and energy-related home repairs.

Wilton Tribal Offices

Please call 211 for further housing assistance




Sacramento Steps Forward 

Inter-Tribal Council of California 

Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) 


California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc 



Red Cross

Wilton Rancheria

Tribal History. The members of Wilton Rancheria are descendants of the Penutian linguistic family identified as speaking the Miwok dialect. The Tribe’s Indigenous Territory encompasses Sacramento County.


Wilton Rancheria Housing Department 

The Wilton Rancheria Housing Department was created for the purpose of assisting Tribal members in obtaining, and maintaining housing that meets the generally accepted standards of safety, decency, and comfort. 

Better to see you in person!

We want to know our members, so feel free to visit during normal business hours 

9728 Kent Street, Elk Grove, CA 95624 

Open Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm

Priest Martinez

ESS Manager

916.683.6000 ext. 4237