Ojibwa Housing


Drug Free

All of KBIC Housing Department is Drug Free. This includes Market Rate, Four Seasons, and Low Income Housing. Violation of this policy will/may result in eviction of the tenant


Four Seasons Apartments

Flat rate market rental

1 bedroom $450 a month

2 bedroom $550 a month

3 bedroom $650 a month

*Utilities included (water/sewer, garage and electric)

Cable, phone, Wi-Fi etc. are extra


 Low Income Housing 

Low Income housing are rentals based off the tenant’s income.


Market Rate Rental

Flat Rate rentals that are not income based.

Emergency Assistance Program

Provides assistance to low income households who meet qualifications, Assistance depends on the availability of funding and is based on a 1st come 1st serve basis. *Priority will be given to the following: Elderly, Disabled, and households with children 6 years of age or younger.

Chore Services

Offering cleaning and chore services to our elderly, disabled, and chronically ill community member that qualifies. The goal is to make the home habitable and to correct/prevent environmental defects that are hazardous to their health and safety.

Home Repair

Low income based program intended to help owners with repairs to a home like new windows, doors, etc


COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program

If you have been affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic the KBIC Housing Department now has a COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program to help alleviate costs. If you are a renter; needing a rent deposit; and/or have utility costs and are in need of financial assistance to maintain housing stability, you may be eligible for assistance if the following applies;

  • Income eligible*
  •  A member of a federally recognized tribe living in the State of Michigan
  • A KBIC Descendant* living within KBIC Tribal lands.

Income eligible*- Household income is not more than 80% of the Area Median Income
KBIC Descendant*- A person who is the biological child of a Member of the Community

The COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program will remain open until September 30, 2021(tentatively) or when funds are exhausted. This program is a first come first serve basis.

An application can be mailed to you or stop by the KBIC Housing Department Office at 220 Main St., Baraga, MI 49908 to pick one up. You may also find the application online. 

In order for your application to be processed, you must submit a complete application including all required documents. Any incomplete applications will not be accepted.

For any questions regarding the application/application process or program, please contact KBIC Housing Department at 353-7117 or erap@kbic-nsn.gov


*Please note this is a two-part application process. If approved, you will be required to complete a second application.*

Applicants must not have received assistance from other sources or agencies for the same costs and time periods for which they are requesting KBIC Housing Department ERAP Assistance.

Homeowner Assistance Fund

Program Overview

The KBIC-HAF program is created through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to alleviate financial hardships associated with the Co-Vid 19 national health crisis by providing funding to create a program(s) to prevent homeowner displacement.  Issues may include one or more of the following: mortgage delinquencies, defaults, foreclosures, loss of utilities or home energy services, homeowner repairs needed to help prevent the spread of Co-Vid 19, and other qualified expenses related to mortgagees and potential homeownership displacements of homeowners experiencing financial hardship after January 21, 2020.

Program Goal

To provide financial assistance to eligible KBIC Tribal Homeowners to reduce and/or eliminate past due payments and other hardships associated with homeownership