Emergency Home Repair

If you are living in a home with a leaky roof, dangerous electrical system, rotted floors, and other hazardous conditions, or have a disability and need minor work to keep your home safe and livable, our Emergency Home Repair program may be able to help you.

To be eligible for this program, you must live in one of the localities listed below and your income must be equal to or less than 80% of the Area Median Income. To find the income limit for your area, click the “plus” sign next to the name of the locality you live in.

TAP offers free emergency repair services in the following areas.

Note: The data on this page is effective April 24, 2019. This data may be updated annually. Please verify your eligibility by contacting us using the phone number or email form below. Source: FY 2019 Income Limits Documentation System, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Alleghany County and Covington
Persons in FamilyIncome Limit
1$33,400
2$38,200
3$42,950
4$47,700
5$51,550
6$55,350
7$59,150
8$63,000
Bath County
Persons in FamilyIncome Limit
1$35,150
2$40,150
3$45,150
4$50,150
5$54,200
6$58,200
7$62,200
8$66,200
Botetourt County
Persons in FamilyIncome Limit
1$40,950
2$46,800
3$52,650
4$58,500
5$63,200
6$67,900
7$72,550
8$77,250
Craig County
Persons in FamilyIncome Limit
1$40,950
2$46,800
3$52,650
4$58,500
5$63,200
6$67,900
7$72,550
8$77,250
Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and Salem
Persons in FamilyIncome Limit
1$40,950
2$46,800
3$52,650
4$58,500
5$63,200
6$67,900
7$72,550
8$77,250
Rockbridge County and Buena Vista
Persons in FamilyIncome Limit
1$33,400
2$38,200
3$42,950
4$47,700
5$51,550
6$55,350
7$59,150
8$63,000

For more information or to set up an appointment, please call (540) 283‑4899 or send us an email using the contact form below.