The Northwest Territories Housing Corporation (NWTHC) offers service standards that represent our commitment to provide efficient and effective service. Our service standards are at the core of how we ensure quality work, the decisions we make and the products we deliver.
Timely Service: In-Person
Visit any of our offices and you can expect that:
- Our offices will be open during regular business hours (8:30 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 to 5:00 PM Monday to Friday).
- You will be served on a first-come, first-served basis, unless you have a previously scheduled appointment.
- You will be seen within 10 minutes for previously booked appointments.
- You will be given an expected wait time or offered an opportunity to schedule an appointment, where appropriate.
Timely Service: By Telephone
Contact any of our offices by telephone and you can expect that:
- Your call will be answered promptly during regular business hours or go to voicemail if we are not immediately available.
- For homeownership or homelessness emergencies, the NWTHC can be reached after-hours through the toll-free phone number 1-844-698-4663.
- Phone messages will be returned within 2 business days.
Timely Service: Correspondence
Contact any of our offices by email, fax or mail and you can expect that:
- You will receive a response within 2 business days to emails.
- Inquiries can also be sent to NWTHC_Comms@gov.nt.ca, which is monitored during normal business hours.
- You will receive a response within 5 business days to letters received by fax or mail.
- Your program application will be processed according to individual program guidelines.
When you contact any of our offices, you can expect that:
- You will be welcomed and treated with respect and integrity.
- The GNWT Code of Conduct, as well as other applicable policies and procedures, will be followed.
- All staff will have the skills, knowledge and abilities to provide quality service. We are committed to the ongoing professional development of all of our employees.
Protection of Personal Information
When you work with any of our staff, you can expect that:
- Your personal information is protected by the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, which limits how your information can be collected, used and disclosed.
- You have the right to request records held by the NWTHC. If you would like this information, you can contact the NWTHC toll-free at 1-844-698-4663.
Contact any of our offices with concerns or questions about our programs and you can expect that:
- You will receive a response within 2 business days.
- Your concern will be resolved as soon as possible.