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    Taxonomy Code: BH-3000.3550-350

    Programs that provide cash assistance for people who need to make essential repairs to their homes in order to eliminate health or safety hazards or improve their security. Most grant programs cover major repairs, system upgrades and replacements (e.g., plumbing, heating or electrical systems) but not minor repairs. Age, income, disability or other eligibility requirements may apply.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Architectural Barrier Removal - City of Colorado SpringsCommunity Development provides assistance for home modifications for physically disabled persons through the Architectural Barrier Removal Program. The program can provide one-time grant assistance for permanent modifications that reduce architectural barriers in the home of a disabled person. Modifications can include ramps, handrails, widening door openings for wheelchair accessibility, safety grab bars and certain other modifications. Mobile home modification is limited to an exterior ramp or steps. Total household income must be within the program income guidelines outlined below. The home must be located within the city limits of Colorado Springs and must be of modest value as defined by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Documentation of current household income and a letter of medical need must be provided at the time of application. Additionally, if the home is a rental property, the owner must give written permission for the modifications to be made. Other qualifications may apply. Division staff will help throughout the application process. Staff will help the applicant complete an application, design the modifications, and help find a qualified contractor.El Paso CountyHousing Rehabilitation Programs - City of Colorado SpringsCity of Colorado Springs
    Emergency Home Repair Loans (EHR) - Denver Urban Renewal AuthorityAddresses the emergency or immediate repair needs of very low income Denver homeowners, including plumbing, heating, and electrical problems. The program provides grants and deferred loans at 0% interest.Denver CountyDenver Urban Renewal AuthorityDenver Urban Renewal Authority
    Emergency Repair Program - City of Colorado SpringsThe Emergency Repair Program provides grant assistance for housing conditions that are an immediate hazard to the health, safety or welfare of a property owner located in the City of Colorado Springs. Emergency repairs can include sewer lines, furnaces, boilers, hot water heaters, plumbing, electrical and glass. Repairs to mobile homes and manufactured homes are limited to plumbing and mechanical systems. Sewer lifetime grant maximum: $7,500. All other emergencies grant maximum: $2,500 Qualifications: You must meet the current income guidelines The property must be your primary residence You must own and occupy the property The property cannot exceed current HUD after rehabilitation values The property cannot be located in the floodplainEl Paso CountyHousing Rehabilitation Programs - City of Colorado SpringsCity of Colorado Springs
    Home Repair Loans and Grants - USDA Rural Development State OfficeOffers repair loans up to $20,000 at a 1% interest rate for very low income homeowners who have health and safety concerns for their home. Grants are also available to low income homeowners ages 62 and older. Denver CountyUSDA Rural Development State OfficeUSDA Rural Development State Office
    Home Repairs - City of ArvadaProvides grants and loans, as well as technical assistance and contractor supervision, to Arvada homeowners to help repair and provide energy saving improvements to their homes. Repairs may include but are not limited to: - Roofing - Structural - Gutters - Plumbing - Heating - Electrical - Water Heaters - Drains - Flooring - Kitchen & Bath Repairs - Sewer Line Replacement - Doors & Storm Doors - Windows - Painting - Air Infiltration - Lead Hazard Controls - Walls and Attic Insulation - Exterior Drainage Jefferson CountyCity of ArvadaCity of Arvada
    Home Safety for Seniors - Holladay BrothersAt Holladay Brothers Construction, we work with seniors to make their homes safer and easier to use while they enjoy their later years. The primary goal is to improve health / safety and mobility throughout the home, and most importantly, to prevent falls and injuries for seniors. Holladay Brothers Construction, Inc also offers these services to anyone with limited mobility in their home.El Paso CountyTarget Populations - Holladay Brothers Construction, Inc.Holladay Brothers Construction, Inc.
    Material Aid (Teller) - Teller Senior CoalitionTSC, with the PPAAA grant resident Senior's monies for materials to make Sr homes safer / healthier. TSC Volunteers help make seniors homes safer and more healthy. Simple handyman tasks can be performed for homeowners 60 and over. **No roofs, gutters, painting, yardwork, furnaces, or housecleaning**Teller CountyTarget Populations (Teller) - Teller Senior CoalitionTeller Senior Coalition
    Owner Occupant Rehab Grant Program - City of Colorado Springs**APPLICATION PERIOD CURRENTLY CLOSED as of 6/2017, CALL OR EMAIL TO SEE WHEN YOU CAN APPLY** This program allows eligible homeowners located in the City of Colorado Springs to qualify for a grant to make necessary improvements to their home. The funds are primarily used to repair/replace substandard or failing housing conditions and make energy efficiency improvements. Improvements can include, repairing or replacing roof, windows, doors, hot water heater, furnace, flooring, plumbing, electrical and more. You must meet the current income guidelines listed on the application The property must be your primary residence You must be the owner of record of the property to be rehabilitated The property cannot exceed current HUD after rehabilitation values The property cannot be located in the floodplain Once you qualify, a Redevelopment Specialist will inspect your home to identify necessary improvements and develop a cost estimate. A contractor will be obtained through a competitive quote process and will make the improvements to your home. The city will disburse the funds to the contractor on your behalf. Lead-based paint testing may be performed on homes built before 1978. Asbestos testing may also be required. For more information call (719) 385-5912 or e-mail communitydevelopment@springsgov.com.El Paso CountyHousing Rehabilitation Programs - City of Colorado SpringsCity of Colorado Springs

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