Habitat for Humanity of Washington and Dodge Counties helps families through its Home Repair Program. This extension of our home building mission promotes home repair with low-income, elderly, disabled, and veteran homeowners who struggle to maintain their homes.
Our Home Repair services include painting, exterior repairs, landscaping, exterior clean-up and interior work. Similar to other Habitat programs, our Home Repair program offers a “hand-up, not a hand-out.”
Eligible families for our Home Repair program need to demonstrate willingness to partner, an ability to pay, and need for assistance. Paralleling the home ownership program, this program also charges no-interest on loans and provides an affordable term to repay.
Habitat is looking for volunteers and sponsors for this initiative, as well as applicants! Donations are used to purchase tools and all materials required to complete the repair projects.
What can we do?
Plan a volunteer day
Who: Your organization, church or civic group, family, friends
What: Habitat for Humanity of Washington and Dodge Counties
When: We accept volunteer groups weekdays and Saturdays – April through October, 9:00am to 3:00pm
Why: Help make a difference in someone else’s life
How: Call the Habitat office at 262.338.0690
Am I eligible?
You must be able to meet all other family financial obligations
– Applicant must currently own and occupy the home that needs the work for at least two (2) years.
– Home must be in our service area and applicant must meet the income guidelines.
– Must be unable to afford necessary home improvements and unable to complete them due to age, disability, or circumstance.
– Applicant will agree to pay back a no-interest loan for the work done on their home.
– Applicant must be able to pay a 0% interest loan with affordable monthly payments. Payments will be based on applicant’s income and agreed upon at signing of contract.
– Willingness to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Washington and Dodge Counties.
Use this chart to determine if you meet the income guidelines. Your family’s annual gross (before taxes) income must be below the maximum income shown in the chart below.