We are grateful for our membership and want you to know we are actively engaging in issues and opportunities that bring value to you, your staff and your organization. The Pacific Northwest Regional Council (PNRC) has developed a new approach to our advocacy and training for our communities by partnering with National NAHRO to strengthen our national advocacy and enhance our local training opportunities. We are excited about this new approach because it brings strong advocacy and new opportunities to our members. Our national level advocacy means you can add your voice to national issues by working with housing practitioners within our region. Our regional training offers industry experts to you and your staff with travel costs that are limited within our region. If you are not a member, we want you to consider how we can help you deliver your mission and enhance your capacity through our conference offerings, certified training and national advocacy campaigns. There is POWER in joining voices, COST SAVINGS for local training and OPPORTUNITIES to engage with industry experts.
BUILDING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER MATTERS TO OUR REGION, YOU MATTER TO PNRC!
Regional agency membership is independent of agency membership in National NAHRO. Dues are based on either the number of housing units (housing agencies) or population served (community and redevelopment agencies).
Individuals, public agencies, and businesses interested in joining PNRC-NAHRO or seeking information about the PNRC may also contact the Regional Services Officer, Shelli Scrogum, at 940-521-9982 or firstname.lastname@example.org
State, Regional & National Advocacy
Trainings, Education & Certifications
Recognition & Awards
Member Only Resources
Networking, Assistance & Support
Discounts on all PNRC Events
WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY ABOUT BEING A PART OF PNRC NAHRO:
“PNRC provides me with an opportunity to discuss with others in my region, innovative ways to better serve our families and provides the opportunity to brainstorm with others regarding issues we all face.”
Nampa Housing Authority