CONGRATULATIONS ! !
Tipi Moza (Iron Homes) has been providing homes for Native people in the City of Kingston since 1989.
Our mission is to provide affordable, culturally appropriate, not-for-profit housing, and any related support services for Native people. New and rehabilitated housing for persons of varied backgrounds and of low incomes will be developed over time in the urban areas of Kingston and Frontenac.
How We Operate
We operate on a not-for-profit basis. Rent is calculated using 25% of the households gross income which includes heat and hydro. Rental income and a subsidy is designed to cover the cost of our normal operating expenses such as maintenance and repair, administration, utilities and mortgage. We also set aside funds for major repairs such as roofs, windows and appliances.
We offer the services of a Household Outreach Worker who works directly with families to provide ongoing support to ensure stable tenancies and to offer individual or family support in areas of career, education and cultural community support.
Congratulations to Chris Tsonos! Chris won the Bronze Medal in the 50 m Men's Freestyle at the Parapan Am Games in Toronto!
ABORIGINAL YOUTH HOUSING NEEDS RESEARCHER
My name is Nicole and I am from Fishing Lake First Nations which is an Ojibwa nation. Last spring I relocated to Kingston from Ottawa, to pursue studies at St. Lawrence College.
Currently I am working for the summer with Tipi Moza (Iron Homes) to gather information on the needs for youth housing in the Kingston area. If you feel that you have input on the matter, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Martha at or 613-547-1134
I look forward and I’m very excited to meet and work with the Aboriginal community in Kingston.