This Habitat for Humanity of Smith County program impacts the lives of Smith County’s seniors, veterans and disabled residents who live below the poverty level and live in unsafe or unhealthy homes. Many of these homeowners retired after working for our school districts, medical facilities, and other businesses that provide services our community depends upon. The goal is to address the inadequacies of living environments that are in immediate need of repair. The home must be owner-occupied, and not a mobile home. The scope of the work to be completed must be within our capabilities. Homeowners are expected to be cooperative partners with the staff and volunteers. Dependent upon the project and constraints of the grant, the homeowner may have to repay a pro-rata cost of the repair/modification.
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