Partnering to repair homes with VETERANS and their families:
This program is designed to help Veterans and their families in their existing homes by making repairs that are needed.
Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity has some grant money from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund! The funding is able to be used to assist veterans in renovations for critical home repairs/modifications including wheelchair ramps, making kitchens and bathrooms usable, replacing floors, new roofs and more.
Any veteran or surviving spouse in need of critical home repair and/or modification and who lives in Bell, Coryell, or Lampasas county is eligible to apply for assistance.
Click Here to learn more about the application process or call 254-392-2037 for more details.
Requirements for the Veteran Repair Program:
Veteran must be the homeowner or live in the home with the homeowner
Must fall within the Habitat for Humanity income guidelines
Must provide DD214 stating an Honorable or General Discharge level
Must live within the Fort Hood Area Habitat service area
This Program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans' Assistance. The Fund for Veterans' Assistance provides grants to organizations serving veterans and their families. For more information, visit TVC.Texas.gov.