Supported by funding from the Home Depot Foundation, Habitat for Humanity Lake County is still accepting applications for their Veteran’s Repair Program. Previous Veteran’s Repair Program efforts have provided eligible clients with roof repair, electrical and plumbing repair, wheelchair ramps and wheelchair lifts, repairs to decking and windows, as well as accessibility adjustments made throughout the home such as widened doorways, grab bars, and handicap accessible showers, tubs, and toilets. To qualify, applicants must be honorably discharged, low income military veterans who either own their home or permanently reside with another family member who owns their home. Time is limited for this program, so all eligible applicants are urged to apply as soon as possible.
For more information about this program, for questions regarding qualification, or to get an application, please contact the Habitat for Humanity office at 16285 A Main St, in Lower Lake, visit our website at www.lakehabitat.org, or call at 707-994-1100.