AVCP hired the Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC) to design new energy-efficient duplexes for students to help the school reduce its energy burden and re-open its doors.
CCHRC designers worked with AVCP and the community to come up with a design that fit the climate and culture of the region.
In the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta, AVCP and its partners are using technology and local knowledge to make housing work for the people.
AVCP has grown substantially over the last twenty years.
One program AVCP has is Yuut Yaqungviat, a flight school.
Alaska has the highest suicide rate in the nation, and the AVCP region has suicide rates six times higher than the state of Alaska average.
To resolve the issue of affordable student housing, AVCP partnered with the Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC).
Regional Housing Authority Development Department Core Staff
Regional Housing Authority is also constructing a replacement office building in Bethel.
Based in Bethel, AVCP provides its members with social services, human development and culturally relevant programs that promote tribal self-determination and self-governance and work to protect tribal culture and traditions.
AVCP operates a wide variety of services funded by federal and State grants, as well as other grant sources.
For more than a decade, AVCP has operated a flight school that transforms villagers into certified commercial pilots.