The overall mission of the PdCHA is to provide the Cochiti Tribal membership with safe, decent and sanitary housing while maintaining cost effectiveness in its developments that emphasizes Cochiti traditional and cultural values.
- The PdCHA administer all HUD (NAHASDA) and BIA (HIP) housing programs for the Pueblo. Under the 1937 Housing Act, the PdCHA manages 40 HUD units under its current program.
- To fulfill the need and desires of the community the PdCHA has developed the Rehabilitation Program which addresses the need to rehabilitation of traditional homes and older HUD homes for those members reaching their elder years.
- Utilizing Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) and ICDBG funding the PdCHA has been able to rehabilitate over 40 homes within the community. This ongoing program has benefited tribal members by increasing the useful life of these homes for another generation.
- The PdCHA has also worked with the Housing Assistance Council to develop an Elders "No Cost" maintenance repair program for the Elders of the Pueblo. This program provides routine maintenance and services to elders who need minor repairs done or need AC or Heaters/Furnaces serviced on a bi-annual basis.