How to Apply: Home Repair Services
* Program acceptance is contingent on the availability of applicable funding. If you are interested in participating in any of these programs, navigate to that program’s landing page at the Right hand sidebar or at the links below, and read more. If you would like to receive an application when that program has space available, submit any inquiry at the bottom of any HFHMM program landing page or read more for further instruction.
- Home Repair Program – HFHMM Home Repair program is a construction based resource aimed at identifying and addressing health and safety related repairs to the home. The goal of this program is to provide owner-occupied homes with a safe, healthy, and accessible environment.
- Weatherization Program – Weatherization projects are entirely free to the homeowner and are designed to improve the energy efficiency, overall indoor air quality, and comfort of your home. An easy way to think about this program is it helps keep in heat during the winter and cool air during the summer.
- Veteran Repairs Program – HFHMM Veteran Repair program is a construction-based resource aimed at identifying and addressing health and safety related repairs to the homes of qualified families in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. Funding for our Veteran Repair Program comes, in part, from the Home Depot Foundation, and allows us to serve the critical repair needs of Active Duty and Veteran households in the community.
- CAPABLE Program– HFHMM CAPABLE is a supplemental and/or stand-alone program which serves older adults who are experiencing challenges with Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) by providing a more holistic approach to the idea of Aging in Place. With the CAPABLE program, income qualified older adults are paired with an Occupational Therapist and Registered Nurse, both of whom will conduct a series of visits in order to assist in the identification of challenges, setting of goals, and outlining of action plans for those goals.
- Design For Life Pilot Program– HFHMM, in partnership with Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs, will soon be offering a program aimed at modifying the homes of willing and income qualified applicants with the goal of making them more widely accessible.
- Montgomery County Homeowner Energy Efficiency Program (MCEEP) – The Montgomery County Homeowner Energy Efficiency Program (MCEEP) is FREE program through the Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs, administered by Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland aimed at reducing home energy usage for qualified PEPCO customers.
Things to Know:
*HFHMM is partnering with the Life Long Home Coalition to provide rap around services to income qualified older adults in need of health and safety home repair services. To learn more about The LLHC and to see if they are in your surrounding area, please click here.
*HFHMM is partnering with the Hyattsville Aging in Place village to provide older adults in the city with resources to age in place as actively and safely as possible. For more information, please click here.
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