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Critical Home Repair
Fort Hood Area Habitat provides affordable critical home repairs on homes owned and occupied by residents in Bell, Coryell, and Lampasas Counties who have a limited income.
Please know that this is not an emergency repair program, the process usually takes several months to complete. Homeowners agree to a scope of work and pay for repairs at cost, on a sliding scale based on income, with no interest added.
You MUST OWN the home where the repairs are being made.
You MUST OCCUPY the home where the repairs are being made.
You or a member of your household MUST HAVE A NEED that makes the repairs necessary.
Your household must fall between 30%-60% of the Area Median Income.
You must be present during the duration of the repair work, and any able bodied person must help during the project (where applicable). Other friends and family are also encouraged to help.
Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative
NRI is a program allowing Habitat affiliates to serve more families, by using our construction and volunteer knowledge to repair and revitalize existing homes.
In addition to building new, affordable homes for Habitat families, FHA Habitat seeks to build communities by working with existing homeowners to repair and rehabilitate homes. We partner with volunteers, donors, and homeowners to broaden our community impact. By utilizing a holistic approach, the end result will make a strong visible impact and help transform our community.
Projects include painting, external repair work, building or repairing porches/ramps, landscaping, neighborhood clean-up, beautification, and many more tasks.
The NRI initiative is currently seeking funding, homeowners in the target area, volunteers and community partners. Please contact Pam Wilson for more information.