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This page was last updated: January 26, 2020
STATE RESOURCES

Michigan residents can now get information on energy assistance and weatherization
through an online directory published by the Coalition to Keep Michigan Warm. The
directory was created to help people get information on low-income energy assistance
programs. It can be found by logging onto www.michigan.gov/bewinterwise.


MICHIGAN SAVES Program   (available state-wide!)
Phone: 734-494-2190
A non-profit funded with seed money from the the Michigan Public Service Commission
(MPSC) called Michigan Saves, aims to help homeowners obtain low-interest loans to
fund certain energy-saving home improvements. Loan applicants must meet certain
underwriting requirements including FICO scores of 640 or greater. Participating
lenders offer these loans for amounts between $1,000 and $30,000 at a fixed annual
percentage rate (APR) no higher than 7 percent. Loan terms can range from 12 months
to 120 months. Michigan Saves also has an option for applicants with compromised
credit who have been denied by tradtional lenders.  This program is called the Michigan
Saves Opportunity Loan. Opportunity Loans are capped $7,500 with fixed APR ranging
between 6 and 9 percent.


MSHDA PROPERTY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Phone:  855-646-7432
Website:  www.michigan.gov/homeimprovement
This program is open to qualified Michigan homeowners with annual household incomes
up to $105,700. You must have a minimum credit score of 620 and have equity in the home. 
The improvements must substantially protect or improve the basic livability or utility of the
single family or manufactured home. Major system repairs / replacement and energy efficiency updates are possible including:
You can borrow up to $7,500 right now (old limit was $25,000). There are affordable monthly payments--5, 10, 15, and 20 year repayment plans, no appraisal required and NO lien placed
on loans under $7,500. 
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Wayne County residents can call Lesa Hughes at First Independence Bank, 7310 Woodward
Ave., Suite 101, Detroit, 48202.  Phone: 313-256-8430  Email: lhughes@firstindependence.com


 
DETROIT & METRO DETROIT
 
The Detroit 0% Interest Home Repair Loans Program
The Detroit 0% Interest Home Repair Loan Program provides loans to Detroit homeowners
looking to complete home repairs or improvements. Homeowners have ten years to pay back
the loans, which are provided at 0% interest. That means homeowners pay back only what
they borrow. Loans are available between $5,000 and $25,000 for Detroit homeowners who
own and occupy single-family homes. Homeowners who own properties with two units, such
as duplexes, can be eligible for up to $50,000 as long as they live in one of the units.
What repairs qualify?
If the home has health and safety hazards (i.e. lead, mold, asbestos), those issues must be addressed first before other repairs can be made. The following are sample projects:
Removal of lead & other health/safety hazards (required)
Electrical repairs;
Furnace & HVAC replacement;
Roof replacement;
Plumbing;
Door and window replacement;
Concrete repairs (sidewalks, driveways);
Porches, foundations and other structural repairs.
Website: http://www.detroithomeloans.org
Applications will be available online and at a number of locations throughout the city, including Intake Centers and City of Detroit Recreation Centers. A full list of locations can be found at www.detroithomeloans.org. Applicants must complete the application and submit all required documents to an Intake Center. Assistance with completing the application is available at Intake Centers by appointment.


Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
Corporate Office:
7310 Woodward Ave., Suite 800
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone:  313-388-9799
AND
2121 Biddle Avenue
Wyandotte, MI  48192
Phone:  734-284-6999  (main number)
Website:  www.waynemetro.org
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Weatherization Office
5904 Middlebelt
Garden City, MI  48135
Phone: 734-525-1341      Detroit Residents ONLY call 313-388-9799
Service area: FREE program funded through the Department of Energy that offers energy assistance to income-eligible homeowners and renters in Hamtramck, Highland Park, Harper Woods, the Grosse Pointes and Dearborn. 
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Applications begin by phone by contacting our Main Service Office.  A representative
will then work with you to gather all of the necessary documentation to complete your
application. There is limited funding and selection is determined on a first-come, first-
serve basis. Eligible homeowners will be put on a waiting list.  All payments for work
and materials are paid directly to the contractors and/or vendors.



NEW!! 
DTE Energy will pay customers $50 to recycle old refrigerators as part of a new program
to make households more energy efficient. They will also offer rebates of up to $1,5000
if customers make improvements recommended  onsite energy audits. Customers will
get discounts for buying energy-efficient washers, air conditioners, compact flurorescent
light bulbs and other products. 

AND

THIS IS A WONDERFUL PROGRAM!!    

Schedule a FREE DTE Energy Consultation where DTE's energy consultants will visit
your home to provide a personalized energy assessment that will evaluate the energy
efficiency of your home and they will INSTALL FOR FREE, Energy Star compact fluorescent
light bulbs, water-saving facet aerators for kitchen and bath, water-saving shower heads
and wrap your water heater and pipes! 
Schedule an appointment today by calling 877-497-2191 and you can visit:
www.dteenergy.com/saveenergy



CLEARCorps/Detroit              
11148 Harper Ave.
Detroit, MI 48213
Phone: 313-924-4000
Website:  http://clearcorpsdetroit.org
CLEARCorps/Detroit can replace & recycle your old, inefficient refrigerator with a brand
new Energy Star-rated refrigerator from Home Depot. 
In order to qualify, you must:
       the model and serial numbers from the inside of your refrigerator. We will let you know
       if your refrigerator qualifies.
       (Not in shutoff or avoid shutoff)
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Apply to CLEARCorps’ Furnace Test and Tune program!  We can send an HVAC contractor
to your home to do a diagnostic test and cleaning of your furnace unit to help make sure that
it is functioning properly.  This can help make your furnace function more efficiently and last longer!
Download and print the Furnace Test and Tune Program application on the website, & after completing the application, please mail or drop off to the address above OR send by fax to
313-924-4003. Please include copies of the front and back of your most recent DTE gas/electricity bill and proof of income for anyone 18 years or older in the household.
Please note: repairs and/or replacement cannot be guaranteed under any circumstances
through this program. This program is grant funded, and is at no cost to our clients. This
program is only available to DTE customers who have DTE service for both electric and gas.  Customers facing shutoff do not qualify. This program does not apply to boilers.
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Lead Abatement Grants
Lead abatement work site prepped with poly sheeting and caution tape for safety.
The older the house, the more likely it has lead paint.  Assume all old paint contains lead
and makes dust.
If you have children under age six or are pregnant, low to moderate income residents can
qualify for a lead abatement grant to help make their home lead-safe. This is for both renters
and homeowners.
If you are a landlord in need of a lead inspection, abatement work, and a lead clearance, you
can also qualify for grant programs.  Grants prioritize lead-poisoned children first, and you
may not receive services for some time.
Detroit has three lead abatement grants:
Detroit HRD CityWide Lead Program: (313)-224-6380
Detroit HRD Lead Safe Home Program: (313)-224-6380
MDHHS Lead Safe Home Program: 517-335-9390 (Application)
AND
If you live in Wayne County, but not in the City of Detroit, you may be eligible to have lead 
hazards removed from your home through the Lead Safe Wayne County Lead Hazard Control Program. Lead hazards damage your child’s brain, and a child can be poisoned by ingesting
a tiny amount of dust. There is a maximum income requirement, you must have a child under
six or an expectant mother living in the home, and the residence must be built before 1978. 
Lead hazard remediation often involves the replacement of old windows and doors, and the covering of exterior paint. This program is primarily grant funded, but certain fees may apply.


Downriver Community Conference
15100 Northline Road  #101                        
Southgate, MI 48195
Phone:  734-362-7027
Website: http://www.dccwf.org/weather.php
Services Offered:
DCC's Weatherization Program continues to offer the highest level of help to low-income individuals and families to meet their energy conservation needs. In particular, the program provides assistance through energy saving education, sidewall, and attic insulation installation,
as well as other energy saving methods.
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DCC's inspectors and contractors are well-trained in complete home energy inspections,
including health and safety issues, such as testing furnaces for carbon monoxide and gas
leaks. Also, an important part of the inspection process has been "blower door" testing,
which helps identify which energy saving measures should be employed.
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DCC's Weatherization Program continues to offer the highest level of help to low-income individuals and families to meet their energy conservation needs. In particular, the program provides assistance through energy saving education, sidewall, and attic insulation installation,
as well as other energy saving methods.
Services we provide include:
Insulation: attic, walls, floors • Smoke Detectors • Dryer Vents • Weather-Stripping Doors • Caulking • Glass Pane Replacement • Testing of Furnaces and other Gas Appliances
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Service area: Allen Park • Brownstown • Ecorse • Flat Rock • Gibraltar • Grosse Ile • Lincoln
Park •  Melvindale • River Rouge • Riverview • Rockwood • Southgate • Taylor *  Trenton • Woodhaven  • Wyandotte
All other Wayne County residents should contact 734-284-6999.
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NOTE:
Also works with DTE Energy to give qualifying customers new energy efficient refrigerators to replace their old, inefficient models (same program as above under the ClearCorps Program!)
Phone:  734-362-7027   Room 115 at address above!


Wayne County Department of Jobs and Economic Development       
Weatherization Program   
33030 Van Born Road
Westland, MI  48184
Phone:  734-727-7297
Website: www.waynecounty.com
Service area:
Funded by the U.S. Dept. of Energy and MI Dept. of Energy and MI Dept. of Human Services.
Provides insulation and home repairs to conserve energy and lower cooling costs.  Services
include ceiling, wall and pipe insulations, inspection of gas appliances and furnaces for carbon monoxide leakage and weather stripping around inadequately sealed doors and windows. 



City of Dearborn Economic and Community Development Dept.      
13615 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn, MI  48126
Phone:  313-943-2180 #2
Website:  www.cityofdearborn.org
Services area:
Dearborn low-income home owners and renters are eligible to apply for this program! 



City of Woodhaven  / The Housing Rehab Program           
21869 West Road
Woodhaven, MI  48183
Phone:  734-675-4917
Website:  http://woodhavenmi.org/index-home.asp
The program is designed to provide assistance with home improvements to residents
that meet ALL of the following criteria:
You must own your own home for at least one year
Your home must be in a single family swelling
You must meet income guidelines for low to moderate income
Through this program we can assist qualified homeowners in repairs such as:
Roofs and gutters
Furnace and Air Conditioning (if medically necessary)
Windows and Door
Siding and Insulation
Electrical and Plumbing upgrades and safety concerns



City of Detroit Department of Human Services--Weatherization        
AREA G Community Service Center
5031 Grandy
Detroit, MI  48211
Phone:  313-852-5634   OR  313-887-1136
Website: www.ci.detroit.mi.us 
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AREA A Community Service Center
Northwest Activities Center
18100 Meyers
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone: 313-887-6656  OR 313-887-6632
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AREA E Community Service Center
13303 E. McNichols
Detroit, MI
Phone:  313-628-0775
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AREA D Community Service Center
Butzel Family Center
7737 Kercheval
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone: 313-852-4786  OR   313-887-6710
Service area: Detroit will receive $33 million for weatherization of low-income homes. 
The funds will pay for up to $6,500 in weatheriztion work per house on more than 4,500
houses.  Detroiter households whose income is up to 200%  of the federal poverty guidelines
are eligible.  The services includes, but is not limited to, attic and wall insulation, some window
repair, pipe insulation, caulking and weather-stripping.  You must have proof of ownership or residency, proof of income of all household members, current gas/electric bills and picture I.D.
and Social Security Card.  There are 3 service locations!


Detroit Area Agency on Aging
Seniors in need of weatherization project assistance to replace storm windows/screens
and tackle minor home repairs, should call the AAA 1-B at 800-852-7795.  Speak with a
Certified Resource Specialist to learn if assistance is available in your area!




LENAWEE COUNTY


Community Action Agency of Jackson, Lenawee & Hillsdale      
Administrative Office:
400 W. South Street
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone:  517-263-7861  OR  800-438-1845
Email: info@caasjih.org
Website: www.caasjih.org
Programs for home repairs/rehab/weatherization, education.  Home energy classes. 




MACOMB COUNTY

The Macomb Urban County Housing Rehabilitation Program will offer interest-free, deferred
loans to homeowners who meet income and eligibility requirements and whose homes need
repairs. For information, call  586-466-2656 week days between 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Macomb Community Action Community Services Division / Weatherization
21885 Dunham #10
Clinton Twp., MI  48036
Phone: 586-469-6329
Email: mca@macombgov.org
Website: https://mca.macombgov.org/Mca-Home
Macomb County residents meeting income-eligibility requirements are eligible for the free weatherization help, which saves homeowners about $300 annually. Applicants can apply
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays


Macomb Community Action Community Services Division / Weatherization
Central Action Center:
196 N. Rose
Mt. Clemens,  MI  48043
Phone:  586-469-6964
Email:  mccsa@macombcountymi.gov
Website:  www.macombcountymi.gov/mccsa
If you live in the following communities south of 23 Mile Road:  Chesterfield Twp., Clinton Twp.,
Fraser, Harrison Twp., Macomb Twp., Mount Clemens, New Baltimore, Shelby Twp., St. Clair
Shores,Sterling Heights, & Utica.
AND
North Action Center
30375 Clark Street
New Haven,  MI  48048
Phone:  586-749-5146
If you live north of 23 Mile Road in the following communities:  Armada, Bruce Twp., Chesterfield
Twp., Lenox Twp., Macomb Twp., Memphis, New Baltimore, New Haven, Ray, Richmond, Romeo, Shelby Twp., & Washington Twp.
AND
South Action Center
11370 Hupp
Warren,  MI  48089
Phone:  586-759-9150
If you live in the following communities:  Center Line, Eastpointe, Roseville and Warren.
Services are free to those who qualify, must meet current Federal Income Guidelines, must
be residents of Macomb County and Weatherization crews cannot work on any home that
is for sale.  Recipients of FIP, SSI or SDA who have received benefits during any of the past
twelve months are automatically eligible.  Energy-saving services may include wall insulation,
attic insulation and ventilation, floor / foundation insulation, air leakage reduction, furnace repair
or replacement, and other energy saving measures. 



MONROE COUNTY

Monroe County Opportunity Program (M.C.O.P.)
1140 S. Telegraph Road
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-2775 ext. 803
Email:  hbates@monroecountyop.org  OR  mpearigen@monroecountyop.org
Website:  www.monroecountyop.org
The Energy Conservation Department offers help to low-income Monroe County residents
with utility assistance, energy education, and weatherization services. The weatherization
assistance is a state and federally-funded home energy conservation program providing
FREE measures to a home. Families receiving weatherization services can expect heating
costs to be reduced 20-25%, amounting to about $300 savings per year. Tips, incentives
and energy saving kits are distributed at each energy class to assist in lowering energy
expenses. Available to homeowners, renters, mobile homes, site built homes & duplexes.
Must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guideline for your household size.



OAKLAND COUNTY:

OLHSA  (Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency)
Central Office (Oakland County)
196 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue      
P.O. Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343-0598
Phone:  248-209-2600  OR 1-800-482-9250 (Toll Free)
Email: info@olhsa.org
AND
South Office (Oakland County)
1956 Hilton Road
Ferndale, MI 48220-1719
Phone:  248-542-5860
Email: info@olhsa.org
AND
OLHSA (Livingston County)
2300 E. Grand River   Suite 107
Howell, MI  48843-7574
Phone:  517-546-8500
Email: livingston@olhsa.org
Website: http://olhsa.org/complete-services#Education
Weatherization Assistance Program
Free energy conservation services for eligible low-income households help reduce
energy usage and lower utility bills. Services include appliance combustion testing,
installing insulation/ventilation, and interior sealing of major cold-air infiltration, areas
utilizing blower door technology. Applicants must meet and complete application process.
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Energy Education
Offered in small group settings to provide low-cost, no-cost, do-it-yourself energy saving information to help participants lower utility bills through energy saving behavior. Participants receive a variety of energy saving, easy to install products to begin their energy saving project.
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Do you live in Commerce Meadows or Stratsford Villa Mobile Home Park?
OR
Woodland Estates Mobile Home Park?
OLHSA can help with:


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Home Weatherization Program
Phone: 734-544-2948
Website:  www.ewashtenaw.org
Energy-saving materials such as insulation, weather-stripping, and caulking are installed free
of charge in qualified homes.  The program also covers small repairs to doors and windows. 
Major improvements such as furnaces and roof replacements are made when funding permits. 
This program also offers consumer education to promote energy conservation.  All County
residents who meet annual household income guidelines are eligible, whether they live in
single-family homes, mobile homes or rental units.

ALSO

Home Rehabilitation Services
Same phone, email and web address as above!
Deferred loans may be available to make roofing, plumbing, heating, and electrical repairs,
as well as accessibility improvements such as ramps and bathroom conversions.  Painting,
siding, flooring, windows, and doors are covered.  Who is eligible: income-eligible homeowners
outside the city limits of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.  Income requirements change each year, so
call for current guidelines.

ALSO

Neighborhood Preservation Program
Phone:  734-544-3053 
Website: www.ewashtenaw.org
Deferred loans for repairs and improvements to make homes more livable, safe and comfortable.
Who is eligible: low to middle-income homeowners who are residents of the Gateway Community. 
This area of Ypsilanti is bound by Monroe, Madison, Jefferson and Watling Streets.  Customer's
income must fall within certain limits, depending upon family size.  Please call for current income guidelines.

ALSO

The Washtenaw Weatherization Department's Test and Tune Program is targeted at low- to mid-
income households and involves the tune up, repair and occasional replacement of furnaces,
all free of charge. They are also pairing this program with a refrigerator replacement program
that replaces refrigerators made before 2000 with newer energy efficient units