Home Repair - Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento
Home Repair Program
We are now accepting applications for our Home Repair Program in the following areas: Sacramento, North Sacramento, South Sacramento, West Sacramento, Elk Grove, and Rancho Cordova.
- If you live in the incorporated limits of the City of Elk Grove, please click HERE to find out about how to apply today for our Elk Grove Home Repair program.
- If you live in the South Oak Park area and are interested in receiving more information about the home repairs available through our 2019 Rock the Block program, click here.
Submit a Home Repair Program Application:
- Completed applications will be accepted for a thirty (30) day window beginning August 1st through August 31st.
- Homeowner Requirements:
- Applicants must own and occupy the home as their primary residence.
- Applicants must be willing to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento by contributing Sweat Equity labor hours to the repair project. Those who are not physically able to help with repairs must participate in other volunteer opportunities.
- Applicants must have the ability to pay a portion of the total repair costs and applicable application fees* ($30 credit check per person and $30 background check per person for all individuals in the home over 18 years of age)
- Applicant’s income MUST fall within this year’s low income limits based on household size (see HUD Income Limits 2019).
- Due to the complexity of the work and type of materials needed, we are unable to provide Home Repairs to the following types of dwellings: Mobile Homes, Motor Homes, and Trailers!
- Attached below you will find the Home Repair Application 2019 and checklist (PDF).
- Pick up and Drop off an application at our Office: 819 North 10thStreet, Sacramento, CA 95811,
In person on Wednesdays ONLY between 10:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-4:00pm.
- Wednesday, August 7th
- Wednesday, August 14th
- Wednesday, August 21st
- Wednesday, August 28th
*A member of our team will not be available to answer your questions at this time. Please drop off your application with any member of the Habitat team and indicate that it is for the Home Repair Program.
- Applications will also be accepted ANYTIME during the month of August via mail and through email at: CommunityDevelopment@HabitatGreaterSac.org.
- Phone calls and voicemails will be checked intermittently, please understand that there is a possibility that you may not receive a call back.
- Applications will be considered complete after all supplemental documents have been submitted and accounted for. Please review the DOCUMENTATION CHECKLIST to ensure all documents are included (also attached to the application).
- Applications will be reviewed using our general criteria and program requirements. They will be processed on a first come first serve basis by the date of the completed application. If you need assistance or have questions about assembling the application or the required documents, please contact the Homeowner Services Department at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento.
- There is no application fee at the time of submission. However, if an application passes through the first round of internal review, we will then require a background check processing fee of $30 per person for anyone 18 years or over residing in the household. In addition, a hard credit report processing fee of $30 per person will be required and due immediately.
- IMPORTANT: Please note that until such time as a completed application has been submitted for review, we will be unable to comment on or discuss your specific circumstances and/or eligibility until further review of your application.
Application Documents * PLEASE REVIEW ALL OF THE DOCUMENTS BELOW *:
About the Home Repair Program:
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento, in addition to building affordable homes in the greater Sacramento area, has increases our Neighborhood Revitalization and Home Repair program efforts to serve families in need and work to uplift communities in our region. This program helps to respond to the housing crisis in California by solving health, accessibility and safety concerns in homes owned by low-income families, veterans, and elderly residents on limited incomes. By fixing the long-deferred maintenance projects, critical repairs and code violations, we help families stay in their already affordable homes and avoid displacement.
Habitat’s growing Neighborhood Revitalization effort brings together agencies and partners for collaborative community impact projects in neighborhoods, parks, schools, community centers and collaboratives for the betterment of the community as a whole.
HfHGS Homeowner Repair Services Contact Information:
Rochelle Roberts, Homeowner Services Manager
(916) 440-1215 ext. 1101
Megan McCarthy, Neighborhood Revitalization Coordinator
(916) 440-1215 ext. 1102
AmeriCorps Community Outreach Coordinator