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For Lenawee, Macomb, Monroe, 
Oakland and Washtenaw Counties, 
please click on this link! 
This page was last updated: October 3, 2022
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ORDER 
Please check this page FIRST regardless of what county you live in!!  Detroit & Metro Detroit are listed below! 

Be sure to check with your City and see if they offer special programs to help! 
Check On Their City Website Under Building Dept., Or Community Block Grants, etc.! 

VETERANS: please ALSO check under that VETERAN RESOURCES on this website as well as VETERAN FINANCIAL RESOURCES.  

SENIORS: please ALSO check on this website under SENIOR CITIZEN RESOURCES.

Also Check On This Website Under WEATHERIZATION RESOURCES!  
Many services overlap with the Weatherization programs.

Are you having trouble getting your landlord to make repairs?  OR are you having other issues with them? 
Website: https://michiganlegalhelp.org/self-help-tools/housing


ALL COUNTIES IN MICHIGAN

The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services can assist in furnace repairs and replacements as well 
as other emergency repairs.. You must fill out a State Emergency Relief application (S.E.R.)  to determine eligibility.
Make an account and begin your application here: https://newmibridges.michigan.gov/s/isd-landing-page...


MULTIPLE COUNTIES SERVED

Free lawn care & snow removal for the families of currently deployed military personnel, and post 9/11 disabled 
veterans with a service-connected disability. To register, go to: www.projectevergreen.org, on the top, click on 
“GreenCare and Snowcare,” then click on “Contact Us for Assistance or Questions.”

Raising Men & Women Lawn Care Service
P.O. Box 2182
Madison, AL  35758
Phone: 256-508-9440
Email: info@weareraisingmen.com
Website: https://weareraisingmen.com
Raising Men & Women Lawn Care Service is the union of an ordinary yard maintenance service and the commitment 
to establish an inspiring program to keep our youth (girls & boys) on a positive path while learning and understanding
their value in society. RMLCS/RWLCS provides free lawn care to our elders, those who are disabled, single mothers
and our veterans, who do not have the time, resources and/or money to take care of their yards. Raising Men & Women
Lawn Care Service is a 501(c)(3) organization.

THE LAWN ACADEMY 
MAIN ADDRESS:
2470 Collingwood  Room 208
Detroit, MI 48206
MAILING ADDRESS: 
The Lawn Academy
PO Box 14215
Detroit, MI 48214
Phone: 888-380-5618
Website: https://sharedetroit.org/nonprofit/lawn-academy
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheLawnAcademy
WHAT WE DO
We provide leadership development for youth via 6C methodologies and provide free lawn care for seniors, veterans, 
and people with special needs.
INTERESTING INFO

Cleaning For A Reason 
Administrative Office:  
P.O. Box 146
Lewisville, TX  75067
Phone: 877-337-3348  
Email: info@cleaningforareason.org 
Website: https://cleaningforareason.org
Cleaning for a Reason provides free home cleaning to patients battling cancer. When cancer life at home difficult, 
our trusted network of residential cleaners, cleaning industry volunteers, and community volunteers come together 
to support cancer patients and their families. Since our founding in 2006, Cleaning for a Reason and its partners have provided free home cleaning for more than 43,000 cancer patients and their families across all 50 states and Canada.

The State Emergency Relief Program (S.E.R.) provides immediate help to individuals and families facing conditions 
of extreme hardship OR for emergencies that threaten health and safety. The State Emergency Relief (SER) program 
assists with home repairs to correct unsafe conditions and restore essential services, including repair or replacement 
of non-functioning furnaces, hot water heaters, or septic systems. Energy-related repairs have a lifetime maximum of 
$4,000 per SER group. Non-energy-related home repairs, including hot water heaters and septic systems for client-owned housing, have a lifetime maximum of $1,500 per SER group. An SER group is defined as people who occupy 
the same home. 
TYPES OF REPAIRS:
Some examples of eligible home repairs include repairs to the basic structure, doors/windows, or roofs and replace-
ment of a non-functioning furnace, hot water heater, or septic system. Energy-related repairs are limited to the repair/ replacement of a non-functioning furnace.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for SER, applicants can use the DHS-1514 State Emergency Relief application, the MDHHS-1171 Assistance application, and the MDHHS-1171-SER State Emergency Relief supplemental form, which can be obtained online at www.michigan.gov/mdhhs or at your local DHHS office. You also can apply online at www.michigan.gov/mibridges. Homeowners can also check their eligibility and other benefit information on their MI Bridges account

The Michigan Department of Community Health recommends parents ask their family doctor to do a blood-lead test 
on their child at 12 months and 24 months. Medicaid insurance will pay for it if a child is enrolled. Parents are encour-
aged to ask about fee waivers if they cannot afford their child's test. If a child is diagnosed with elevated blood-lead levels, here are the resources that can help:  
In Detroit:  
Home Rehabilitation Grant Program       
Phone: 313-224-3461
Website: www.detroitmi.gov/DepartmentsandAgencies/PlanningDevelopmentDepartment/HousingServices/Home
RepairProgram.aspx
The Detroit 0% Home Repair Loans Program offers 0% interest loans from $5,000 to $25,000 to help Detroit home-
owners invest in and repair their homes – promoting public health and safety, increasing property values and help-
ing residents secure and maintain homeowner’s insurance. If the home has health and safety hazards, those issues 
must be addressed first before other repairs can be made. 
The following are sample projects:
Applications will be available online and at a number of locations throughout the city, including Neighborhood
Intake Centers, City of Detroit Neighborhood District Managers’ offices, and City of Detroit Recreation Centers. 
Applicants must complete the application and submit all required documents to a Neighborhood Intake Center. 
Assistance with completing the application will be available at intake centers. Go to detroithomeloans.org for
more information.
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CLEARCorps       
Phone: 313-924-4000

American Red Cross
7800 Outer Drive West   Suite 205
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone: 313-833-4440
Website: https://www.redcross.org/local/michigan/about-us/our-work/home-fire-campaign/smoke-
alarm-request.html
The American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign helps save lives by installing free smoke alarms 
in homes that don't have them, and by educating people about home fire safety. Our knowledgeable volunteers will 
also help educate families and individuals on fire safety, including how to create an escape plan, during the install-
ation. To receive a free smoke alarm, installation in your home, please fill out our online form. We will contact you 
within two business days to schedule an installation appointment.

ALSO: Check with your City or your County offices & Fire Departments to see if they also offer this program! Many do! 

FREE PROGRAM!
Schedule a FREE DTE Energy Consultation where DTE's energy consultants will visit your home to provide a person-
alized 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 or 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 


SELF-REPAIR PROGRAMS

BRICK + BEAM DETROIT
Email: info@brickandbeamdetroit.com
​Website: https://brickandbeamdetroit.com
Brick + Beam Detroit grows capacity and community around building repair by supporting building rehabbers through hands-on workshops, Do-It-Yourself resources, online forums, and networking.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Most workshops require residency in Detroit, Hamtramck, or Highland Park.
INCOME GUIDELINES:
No income guidelines at this time.
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
Detroit, Hamtramck, Highland Park
TYPES OF REPAIRS:
Brick + Beam does not repair homes for residents, but the program offers hands-on workshops and resources online 
aimed at teaching homeowners the skills to complete repairs themselves. Topics range from the basics of homeowner-
ship (such as understanding the different systems in your home like plumbing and electrical, and skills relevant to all 
homes like landscaping) to historic home repairs (such as wood window repair, plaster, etc.)
HOW TO APPLY:
All classes are listed on the website above, with link to apply. Many events require an RSVP and small donation of $5
to $15 to participate. Some limited space classes require an application providing more information.


OPEN TO MULTIPLE COUNTIES:

Michigan Department of Community Health's 
Lead Safe Homes Grant Program 
Grand Tower Building
235 S Grand Ave.  4th Floor Suite 410
PO Box 30037
Lansing, MI  48909
Phone: 866-691-5323
Email: HHSInfo@michigan.gov
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/lead/0,5417,7-310-84219---,00.html
Mission:
To improve the health and well-being of Michigan citizens by promoting safe and healthy home environments through comprehensive home-based intervention programs, lead certifications and regulations, public education and outreach, 
and statewide partnerships.
Lead Safe Home Program (LSHP):
​This program helps families identify and remove lead hazards from homes. 
Community Development:
The Community Development Unit provides grant funds, technical assistance and oversight of lead hazard control 
services to local communities. The purpose of this Unit is to expand lead hazard control in Michigan through comm-unity development. 

DTE Energy’s – Energy Efficiency Assistance Program & CLEARCorps Detroit
11148 Harper Ave.
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone: 313-924-4000
Email: info@clearcorpsdetroit.org 
Website: https://clearcorpsdetroit.org/programs/eea
CLEARCorps Detroit is participating in DTE Energy’s – Energy Efficiency Assistance Program. Through this program, 
we may be able to make energy efficiency improvements to the homes of DTE Energy eligible customers and offer a 
variety of energy improvements at no cost to you. The DTE account holder should be the primary applicant. Applicat-
ions can be mailed to your home or can be printed from our website. 
Improvements can include:
To apply for the Energy Efficiency Assistance Program, please download and print the application & proof of income 
for all household members that are 18 years old or older and send to the address above. 
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CLEARCorps / Detroit
11148 Harper Ave.
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone: 313-924-4000
Email: info@clearcorpsdetroit.org
Website: https://clearcorpsdetroit.org/programs/eea
CLEARCorps Detroit is participating in DTE Energy’s – Energy Efficiency Assistance Program. Through this program, 
we may be able to make energy efficiency improvements to the homes of DTE Energy eligible customers and offer a 
variety of energy improvements at no cost to you. The DTE account holder should be the primary applicant. Applicat-
ions can be mailed to your home or can be printed from our website. To have an application mailed, please call our 
office or email us and leave a message requesting an application with your name, address, and phone number.  Improvements can include:
• Refrigerator Replacement
• Furnace Test and Tune Up or Replacement
• Water Heater Replacement
• And more!
See the Community Action Agency in YOUR County below for a similar program!

Rebuilding Together 
27840 Independence  Bldg. 2
Farmington Hills, MI  48336 
Phone: 248-482-8061 
Email: rtsemoffice@gmail.com   OR  Office@RTsemi.org 
Website: https://www.rebuildingtogethersem.org
Rebuilding Together Southeast Michigan provides no cost home repairs to qualified homeowners in order to provide
them with a warm, safe, dry and independent living environment. It is our belief that every homeowner should be given 
the opportunity to live in a safe and healthy home.
Due to Covid-19 we are currently only addressing emergency repairs and accommodations. 
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Home repairs
Eligibility requirements:
This program covers residents of the following counties: Oakland and Wayne County

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK OF INDIANAPOLIS (FHLBI) 
NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (NIP)
​Neighborhood Impact Program (NIP), of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis (FHLBI), 
provides grants up to $7,500 to assist homeowners in making repairs to their homes, including 
deferred maintenance. Detroit, Chemical Bank partners with U-SNAP-BAC, Community Housing 
Network, and New Hope. Flagstar, Level One, and First Independence Bank also are partner banks 
in Detroit. 
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Homeowners must own and occupy a single-family home,condominium, or modular unit (plus 
duplexes, with certain restrictions) for at least six months prior to enrollment and be current on 
mortgage payments. Documentation for all sources of income (Social Security, pension, interest/
dividends, earned income for jobs, Supplemental Security Income) from all members of the house-
hold must be provided.
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
Communities where FHLBank Indianapolis members have a presence, including the entire City 
of Detroit, are eligible
CONTACT INFORMATION:
U-SNAP-BAC is the main nonprofit administering the program in Detroit, but Community Housing
Network in Troy and New Hope also administer the program.
U-SNAP-BAC
14901 E. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI  48224
313-640-1100
Website: https://www.fhlbi.com/products-services/community-investment-and-housing/
homeownership-initiatives/neighborhood-impact-program-(nip)

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK OF INDIANAPOLIS (FHLBI) ACCESSIBILITY MODIFICATION 
PROGRAM (AMP)
Accessibility Modification Program (AMP) of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis (FHLBI) 
provides grants up to $12,000 for accessibility modifications for eligible senior homeowners and 
owner-occupied households with a person or people who have a permanent disability. Up to 50% 
of funds requested or a maximum of $4,000 may be used for deferred maintenance items such as 
roofing, siding, or windows.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
All household members must be age 62 and older; age 62 and older and age 17 or younger, where 
the older household member is the guardian of the younger household members; or any age with 
a permanent disability and currently receiving permanent disability benefits (SSDI or SSI, and 
documentation should support payment of benefits for at least 60 days). Homeowners must own 
and occupy a single-family home, condominium, or modular unit (plus duplexes, with certain
restrictions) for at least six months prior to enrollment and be current on mortgage payments.
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Jewish Family Services and Metro In-Home Solutions (in partnership with Chemical Bank)
and sometimes U-SNAP-BAC facilitate this program.
Jewish Family Services
6555 W. Maple 
West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322
Phone: 248-592-2300
Website: https://www.fhlbi.com/products-services/community-investment-and-housing/home
ownership-initiatives/accessibility-modification-program-(amp)
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Chemical Bank
Fort Washington Plaza
333 M-85 #100
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-967-9700
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U-SNAP-BAC
14901 E. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI  48224
Phone: 313-640-1100


DETROIT & METRO DETROIT: 

Unity in Our Community TimeBank
6900 McGraw
Detroit, MI 48210
Phone: 313-451-0135
Website: http://www.southwestdetroittimebank.org
The Unity in Our Community TimeBank is a network of people who share their time and talents without exchanging money. They believe in equality and reciprocity, and work to motivate neighbors and other organizations to come together creating a more sharing and caring community. 


Many Fire Dept.'s offer these programs below or a similar one. 
Please check with YOUR Department! Also see the Red Cross program above!

Detroit Fire Prevention & Safety Programs
Detroit Public Safety Headquarters 
1301 3rd 
Detroit, MI  48226 
Phone: 313-409-8483 
Detroit Fire Prevention & Safety Program looks for fire, health and safety hazards within your home.
During our visit we provide FREE:
Eligible families will also be referred for the following services: 

Wayne County Residents
Phone: 313-967-3669  Land Bank 
Email: jparcell@waynecounty.com   Jake Parcell
Wayne County has secured funding for home repairs under the NEP program to complete exterior home repairs such as porches, steps, handrails, etc.  Financial and locations criteria apply.  
NOTE: This program is ONLY for River Rouge residents at the moment. Jake will let me know as soon as
if becomes available to other cities! 
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THIS IS NOW OPEN FOR CERTAIN RIVER ROUGE NEIGHBORHOODS!
The Wayne County Land Bank is looking to enroll residents of the Pleasant and Cicotte Park neighbor-
hood of River Rouge in a porch repair program funded by the Wayne County Land Bank and the MI State Housing Development Authority. The intention of the program is to provide repairs on the front of your 
house including but not limited to roofing, steps, and railings. The porch repair program is for owner-occupied, single-family homes that are in good standing with their property tax and mortgage payments.
The project cost is not to exceed $7,500 and the owner must agree to live in their home for five years following the repairs.
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If you are interested in applying for the program, please fill out the attached information through the 
link below and either email or physically mail it back to the Land Bank, as soon as possible. See the Application Checklist on the 2022 WCLB Repair Project Application for more information.
2022 WCLB Repair Project Application:
Website: https://waynecountylandbank.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/2022-WCLB-Repair-Project-Application-1.pdf
*Applications will be reviewed on a first come first serve basis. 
*Incomplete applications will not be considered.*
Email for application return: awistow@waynecounty.com
Website: https://waynecountylandbank.com/programs/porchproject

$20M Detroit Home Repair Fund       
Phone: 313-306-2082
More than 1,000 Detroit homeowners stand to benefit from a $20 million grant program to pay for much needed home repairs. Those who previously qualified for the Detroit Tax Relief Fund in 2022 will also be eligible for the Detroit home repair fund. Part of the campaign is to make sure homes within the city thrive and not end up condemned like so many others. Organizers say repairs range from fixing holes in the roof 
to other upgrades that make properties more energy efficient.  People can start benefiting as early as June 
or July!

NEW Home (Roof) Repair Program - Renew Detroit!
Renew Detroit is a new program that will provide free repairs to eligible Detroit homeowners 
using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
The program will be held in two phases, starting with the first phase of roof replacement. More than 1,500 homeowners will receive free repairs through the program.This program will use the Homeowner Property Tax Exemption (HOPE) as part of its qualification process. HOPE is the City's low-income homeowner's tax exemption, formerly known as HPTAP.
The criteria to meet in order to qualify is: 
How to apply:
To apply for a new roof (first stage) through Renew Detroit, you must do two things:
If you have not applied for HOPE (HPTAP), visit www.detroitmi.gov/HOPE for more information & to apply.
Applications must be accepted by November 12, 2021
If you have applied and been approved for HPTAP, you do not need to fill it out again. If you are not sure 
that you have been approved, call 313-244-0274

City of Taylor 
Community Development Department 
23555 Goddard 
Taylor, MI 48180
Phone: 734-287-6550
Website: https://www.cityoftaylor.com/208/Home-Repair-Programs-CDBG-HOME-PIP
CDBG Home Rehabilitation Loan Program (CDBG, HOME, PIP)
These programs are designed to provide emergency and other repairs of homes owned by lower-to-
moderate residents. In general, the program allows improvements to a home to bring it to minimum 
code standards, correct barriers to mobility and health, and to address safety hazards and energy improvements. The most common repairs include roofs, electrical, plumbing, and furnaces. Other 
repairs are allowed under the program, but remodeling is not covered, nor is substantial reconstruction.

HOME REPAIR PROGRAM & A BRUSH WITH KINDNESS PROGRAM
Habitat for Humanity Detroit
14325 Jane 
Detroit, MI  48205-4059
Phone: 313-521-6691
Email: info@habitatdetroit.org 
Website: www.habitatdetroit.org
Habitat for Humanity’s Critical Home Repair Program and Brush with Kindness Program provide urgent 
and major home repairs for homeowners who do not have the ability to make the improvements them-
selves, due to age, disability or other circumstances.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
To be eligible for any of Habitat’s programs, homeowners must own and occupy the home, property 
taxes must be paid in full or homeowners must be on a repayment plan, and the owner must not be 
in danger of foreclosure. Required documents include owner’s most recent property tax bill, proof 
of homeowner’s insurance, and an income and asset verification package including the previous 
year’s tax return.
INCOME GUIDELINES:
Household income must be less than 80% AMI, adjusted for family size, as defined annually by HUD. Homeowners must be unable to participate in home repairs due to age, disability, or circumstance.
TYPES OF REPAIRS:
The Critical Home Repair Program does not address emergency repairs that need immediate assist-
ance, such as broken pipes that caused flooding. Eligible repairs include fixing broken windows,
sidewalk repair, landscaping, roof repair, floor repair, plumbing, electrical, and other health and safety
home repairs.
NOTE: Our Critical Home Repair program is presently at capacity and we are not accepting new 
applications at this time. Once the program is reopened, it will be available for application for 
residents of the Morningside neighborhood of Detroit as well as for military veterans. If the person 
in question is a military veteran he/she may monitor the status of the program through the below
page - the application will be completed through this site once available.  Added 6/2/2022.

Global Detroit
4444 Second Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: 313-676-9905
Email: info@globaldetroitmi.org
Website: http://www.globaldetroitmi.org
Over the last three years, Global Detroit has been proud to partner with DTE to reach low-income 
families who could benefit from a free Home Energy Consultation and energy efficiency improve-
ments in Detroit’s immigrant neighborhoods. Over the last year, we served 150 households, despite 
all of the COVID-19 setbacks. We helped replace furnaces and air conditioners, as well as added 
energy-efficient measures and safety improvements like insulation and dehumidifiers. We plan to 
do even more this coming year--the program is expanding through offering new services like dish-
washers and washing machine replacements. 

Detroit 0% Home Repair Loans Program 
Website: www.DetroitHomeLoans.org
The 0% Interest Home Repair Loan Program launched in April 2015 offers 10-year, interest-free loans from $5,000 to $25,000 to help Detroit homeowners invest in and repair their homes – promoting public health and safety, increasing property values and helping residents secure and maintain homeowner’s insurance.
Who Can Apply?
1.   Must own and live in the home for at least six months prior to applying. Vacant, unoccupied 
      units are not eligible
2.   Low to moderate income homeowners can apply no matter where they live
3.   View the income table to learn more
4.   Regardless of income, homeowners in HUD designated areas in each city council district 
      can still apply
5.  The minimum credit score is 560. Debt to income ratio cannot exceed 45% and housing 
6.   Ratio cannot exceed 35%. Loan to value cannot exceed 150%
7.   Homeowner’s insurance and property taxes must be current
8.   The homeowner must be able to afford the loan payments
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 repairs:

Jefferson East, Inc.    
Main Office:
300 River Place Dr.  Suite 5250
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: 313-331-7939
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Neighborhood Resource Hub
14300 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone: 313-314-6414
Email: resourcehub@jeffersoneast.org 
Website: https://www.jeffersoneast.org
Our Housing & Neighborhood Resource Services teams available to assist you at the Neighborhood Resource Hub& NRH hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays, by appoint-
ment only!  Must reside in the Jefferson East service area, comprising one of the following neighbor-
hoods: Lafayette / Elmwood Park, Rivertown, The Villages, The Marina District, Jefferson-Chalmers. 
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To learn more about our post-flood recovery assistance, please contact Ms. Lloyd at 313-251-3849 
or email: flood@jeffersoneast.org. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.  
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HOME REPAIR PROGRAMS & SERVICES:
​For services relating to housing or home repair programs and services, please complete the JEI 
Housing Services Intake Form. You may also contact the Neighborhood Resource Hub at 313-314-
6414. Please allow 24 - 48 hours for a team member to contact you.
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JEI’s housing team assists Detroit homeowners with the loan intake process, including clarifying 
program eligibility requirements and submitting applications. As of June 2021, the City of Detroit 
began processing applications that were previously on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.  
For more information on this program, please visit City of Detroit’s 0% Interest Home Repair Loan 
Program above! 

Detroit Lead Safe Remediation Program 
City of Detroit Housing and Revitalization Department
Phone: 313-224-6380
Email: gettheleadout@detroitmi.gov
Website: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/20e235b49b9b4f2ba3cfffd093dcbc0e
1.  Is your house in the 48209 zip code bounded by Vernor Hwy. & I-75 (North/South) 
     and Woodmere St. & Livernois (East/West)?
2.  Was it built before 1978?
3.  Is your household income at or below 80% of the AMU
4.  Is there a child 6 years of age or younger, or a pregnant woman in the house at the time 
     of intake, or there is a visiting child 6 years of age or younger at the house for more than 
     60 hours per year? 

Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance
Headquarters
19321 W. Chicago  Suite 105
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-397-9280
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Satellite Location:
Boys & Girls Club
16500 Tireman Ave.
Detroit, MI  48228
Website: https://www.codyrouge.org
CRCAA serves a large, diverse area on Detroit’s Far West side, working as a community 
convener, advocate, and resource for over 35,000 residents. 
We include seven distinct neighborhoods:
Far West, Franklin Park, Joy Southfield, Southfield Plymouth, Warren Avenue Community 
Organization (WACO), Warrendale, and West Outer Dr.
Our Mission: 
Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance works to ensure a high quality of life in our neighborhoods 
by helping residents access resources for critical home repairs (such as electrical and furnace re-placement), porch repairs, and upgrades for elders (such as wheelchair ramps and grab bars). 
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Cody Rouge Front Porch Project
Phone: 313-397-9280  Kenyetta Campbell 
Free Minor Porch Repair 
1.  Repair / replace broken concrete porch steps 
2.  Rotted wood stairs and correct improper step heights
3.  Resurface or pour new concrete porch slabs or repair / replace wooden porch floors
4.  Install railings and/or handrails
5.  Reinforce / repair columns
Eligibility: 
Serving Franklin Park Community 40-block footprint within Cody Rouge neighborhood. The 
target area borders Joy Road to the north, Chicago Ave. to the south, Westwood to the west 
and the Southfield Freeway to the east. 

Wayne Metro Community Action Agency 
Detroit Corporate HQ
7310 Woodward  Suite 800
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-388-9799
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Out-County Service Hub
2121 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI  48192
Website: https://www.waynemetro.org/energy-and-water-assistance
CONSERVATION:
The Weatherization program enables eligible Low-income families to permanently reduce their 
energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient. The program offers energy efficiency 
services that are tailored to your home, helping you save as much money as possible.
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ENERGY:
The MEAP program provides services to low-income households in the form of electricity bill 
assistance and various energy services to help you stay ahead on your utility bills.
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WATER:
The WRAP program provides funding to eligible, low-income home-owners to assist with water 
bills, water conservation, and self-sufficiency initiatives. To be eligible, you must be a customer 
of the Great Lakes Water Authority and residing in their service areas. 

Matrix Human Services  
Central Office: 
1400 Woodbridge 
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: 313-526-4000   #1254
Email: dkennedy@matrixhs.org
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org
CENTER FOR SENIORS
The Center for Seniors helps our senior population maintain healthy, enjoyable and independent lives. Comprehensive services include assistance with transportation to medical appointments, home care services to help support clients remain living in their own homes, and helping our older population 
remain active with a range of programs at Detroit recreational centers.
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SENIOR CHORE SERVICE PROGRAM 
If you know anyone over the age of 50 who could use help with everyday chores at home, we are here 
to help. Your loved one can be paired with a Senior Home Care Specialist to assist with repairing light 
bulbs or windows, outdoor chores like grass, snow, and leaf upkeep, as well as cleaning carpets, win- dows, pest control, and more. 

New Home Repair Program in Delray!
Website: https://www.gordiehoweinternationalbridge.com/en/delray-home-improvement-program
Delray Home Improvement Program is a free home repair program for eligible homes or duplexes 
in the area surrounding the Gordie Howe International Bridge and US Port of Entry construction 
site in the Delray, Detroit neighborhood. Visit this page above for more information and an app-
lication. 
You can apply for this program if you live within these boundaries: 
Interstate-75 (I-75) to the north
Clark Avenue/South Clark Street to the east
West End Street to the west
West Jefferson Avenue to the south

Detroit Home Restoration and Acquisition Program
Detroit Branch Location:
9108 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI  48202
Website: https://www.libertybank.net/community/detroit.cfm
The Liberty Bank Home Restoration and Acquisition Program (HRAP) is a new non-traditional 
mortgage loan that will allow a home buyer to finance the acquisition and any required repairs 
or renovations to their home being purchased in Hardest Hit Priority Neighborhoods in the City 
of Detroit.
Take advantage of exciting program features such as:

CITY OF DETROIT SENIOR EMERGENCY REPAIR GRANT
City of Detroit Housing and Revitalization Department
Phone: 313-224-6380
The City of Detroit Housing and Revitalization Department is providing home repair assistance grants 
to eligible homeowners for emergency health and safety code and/or blight violations. One-time grants 
of up to $15,000 per household are available for qualified seniors who are age 62 and older or who are 
55 and older with a disability. There is currently a wait list for this grant program.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: 
Applicant must be 62 years of age or older or 55 years of age or older with a physical disability; must 
have a low to moderate income; must own and occupy their home; and must not have received a prior 
City of Detroit home repair grant. Property must be located within Detroit and be a single-family home
(there is case-by-case review and approval of two-family units). Property taxes must be current or in a payment plan with the City of Detroit, and the applicant must have proof of homeownership and current homeowner’s insurance. Applicant must own the home for at least six months prior to applying to the program.

Detroit Area Agency on Aging 
1333 Brewery Park Blvd. Suite 200
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: 313-446-4444
Website: https://www.detroitseniorsolution.org
The Detroit Area on Aging offers home repair services through the State Medicaid MI Choice Waiver 
Program or Integrated Care Organization’s MI Health Link program. MI Choice waiver services include 
home repair as well as caregiving services,nutrition, chore services, and non-emergency medical trans- portation. Home repair services are reimbursed through Medicaid, allowing seniors and adults with disabilities to remain independent in their home by modifying their residence to remove barriers, in
-crease mobility, and provide greater freedom in the home environment
INCOME GUIDELINES:
Must meet Medicaid eligibility requirements
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
Detroit, Highland Park, Hamtramck, Harper Woods, and the five Grosse Pointes

BRIDGING COMMUNITIES MINOR HOME REPAIR PROGRAM
Bridging Communities
6900 McGraw Ave.
Detroit, MI 48102
Phone; 313-361-6377
Website: https://bridgingcommunities.org
Bridging Communities offers a Minor Home Repair Program when funding is available, and the 
amount offered per home varies based on funding and home repair needs. Volunteers and com-
munity partners assist with completing home repairs.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Must be 60 years or older and live in a servicing ZIP code, live alone or be determined by a case 
manager to be home-bound, and be able to pay for the cost of supplies for the repair, unless fun-
ding is available through Bridging Communities.
INCOME GUIDELINES:
Individual must meet federal poverty level guidelines. Contact Bridging Communities for more 
information.
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
Individual must live in one of the servicing ZIP codes: 48204, 48206, 48208, 48209, 48210, 48216, 
48217, and 48238.

Rippling Hope
P.O. Box 27499
Detroit, MI  48227
Phone: 512-619-0575   313-704-1230
Email: carl@ripplinghope.org
Website: http://www.ripplinghope.org
Rippling Hope is a Detroit-based ministry offering year-round service opportunities with a focus on 
home maintenance and repair. Rippling Hope conducts a home inspection and provides volunteers 
to complete repairs,but recipients must purchase the materials needed for their requested repairs; 
financial circumstances will be considered if financial assistance is available.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
To be eligible, the house must be occupied by the owner, who must be a member of a block club 
or neighborhood association that partners with Rippling Hope. See the “area of availability”section 
below for more details. Participants in the program must purchase their own materials for the re-
quested work.
INCOME GUIDELINES:
None
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
Rippling Hope serves a specific target area in Detroit bordered by Telegraph Road on the west, 
Livernois Avenue on the east, 8 Mile on the north, and Tireman Avenue on the south.

LIFE REMODELED HOME REPAIR PROGRAM
Life Remodeled Community Innovation Center
2470 Collingwood
Detroit, MI  48206
Phone: 313-744-3052
Website: https://www.liferemodeled.com
Life Remodeled is a Detroit-based nonprofit that invests funds, labor, and materials into a different 
Detroit neighborhood each year. Projects are determined by the community’s needs and vision. 
The home repair program assists with one critical home repair of the homeowner’s choosing: roof, 
furnace, or windows. Contractors who partner with Life Remodeled to complete the work donate 
their time, materials, and labor. Full home remodels are not possible.
INCOME GUIDELINES:
Homeowners must have a proof of income, which can include Supplemental Security Income, 
disability, or unemployment benefits.
TYPES OF REPAIRS:
Repairs may vary depending on the needs of the community. Currently repairs are being offered 
for roof, furnace,and windows.
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
Currently, homeowners must live within the following boundaries (please note that boundaries may
change so check the website for current boundary): south of Fenkell Avenue, north of Joy, east of
Livernois Avenue, and west of the Lodge. Virginia Park is another targeted area: south of Atkinson 
Street, north of Virginia Park Street, east of Linwood, and west of the Lodge (not Boston Edison or 
Russell Woods areas).

CENTRAL DETROIT CHRISTIAN MINOR HOME REPAIRS
Central Detroit Christian
1550 Taylor 
Detroit, MI  48206
Phone: 313-873-0064
Website: https://www.centraldetroitchristian.org
Central Detroit Christian (CDC) regularly partners with nonprofits to provide minor home repairs 
and cleaning services, as funding allows.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Recipients must live within the 48202 ZIP code
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
48202, 48206 and 48211 ZIP code
TYPES OF REPAIRS:
Minor home repairs or cleaning
HOW TO APPLY:
Visit or call CDC to ask if applications are available and/or to be added to the wait list.