What is the Total Action for Progress Emergency Home Repair and Rehabilitation for Homeowners Programs?
The Emergency Home Repair and Rehabilitation for Homeowners programs provide emergency home repairs to improve living conditions for low-income families and low-income disabled and elderly persons by removing barriers to habitability and accessibility in their homes. Repairs are those that affect the health and safety of the residents of the home that, left undone, would make the home inaccessible, unsafe or unhealthy.
What areas does this program serve?
Residents of Roanoke City, Roanoke County, Salem, Botetourt County, Craig County and Bath County, Covington, Rockbridge County, Lexington, and Buena Vista are eligible for the Emergency Home Repair program. The Limited Rehabilitation program is specifically for the City of Roanoke's current target neighborhood.
Is there a cost for this program?
There are no costs to approved clientele for this program.
How can I access services?
The Emergency Home Repair and Limited Rehabilitation programs are located at 302 2nd St. SW, in downtown Roanoke, Virginia. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please contact Tonya Williams at (540) 283-4899 for more information. You may also contact Ms. Williams via email by using the "Contact" button at the bottom of this page.
Am I eligible for this service?
Prospective clients for emergency home repairs cannot earn more than 80% of the Area Median Income. To find your area median income, click on this link: HUD User. Then click on the FY 2014 IL Documentation button. You will be able to enter the city or county in which you live to find your area median income.
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