College Park Aging in Place
HFHMM College Park Aging in Place program is a construction-based resource aimed at identifying and addressing health/safety related repairs and accessibility modifications to the home. The goal of this program is to provide owner-occupied homes with a safe, healthy, and accessible environment.
There is no repayment for this program.
Home Repair Program Break Down:
|Water heater replacement
|Zero-step Entry Solutions
|Porch repair or replacement
|Drywall repair or replacement
|Plumbing repairs (major or minor)
|Minor electrical repairs
|Services not considered:
|Large scale mold treatment
*Any additional services that are not listed above will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Things to know:
- Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland Repair and Weatherization is not an emergency or crisis-based program. If you have issues within your home which cause an imminent danger to you or members of your household, please see our additional resources page for more information.
- HFHMM strives to serve as many households as possible. For Homeowners who participated in our Repair, Weatherization, and/or CAPABLE program(s) in 2016 or later, HFHMM will not approve applications for additional services within a 7-year period.
How It Works
- HOMEOWNERS must submit an inquiry in order to receive an application at a time when funding is available. To submit an inquiry online, scroll down.
- HFHMM will notify you by mail at a time when applicable funding is available.
- HOMEOWNERS will complete a full application within 2 – 3 weeks of receiving it in the mail, complete with required documentation.
- HFHMM will review applications, conduct a home visit, and determine eligibility based on program capabilities and needs.
- HOMEOWNERS will be notified of a decision to either pursue estimates for proposed services or deny the application.
- HFHMM will determine which services, if any, fall within funding/program capabilities, budget, timeline etc.
- HOMEOWNERS will sign an agreement for conduct and liability which includes the proposed scope of work for the home.
In order to be considered eligible, applicant(s) must:
- Be willing to partner with HFHMM by upholding the terms of the agreement with HFHMM, being responsive, helpful in any way they are able.
- Be a City of College Park homeowner
- Be an individual of 62 years or older
- Be willing to sign an affidavit stating the intent to occupy the home for at least 5 years after the completion of work.
- Have current homeowners’ insurance.
- Have a total gross household income below the levels listed in this chart:
|Maximum Income Annual Allowed (gross)
*there is no minimum income needed to qualify
*HFHMM does not consider assets
Submit an Inquiry:
If you are interested in submitting an inquiry, click here.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to:
Repair and Weatherization Program
Repair Client Coordinator
Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland
301-990-0014 x 19
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