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Overwhelmed with home repairs? Unsure where to turn for community resources? You've come to the right place.

Thank you for your interest in Rebuilding Together South Sound’s home repair programs! We are working to ensure safe homes and communities for everyone. We would love to talk with you about the repair needs at your home and connect you to other community resources that may be able to help you.

Rebuilding Together Metro Denver Home Repair Application Information

Please review our basic qualifications and program information below. If you have a question that is not answered here, please call our office at 720-524-0840. 

You meet our basic qualifications if you... 

  • Live in the home you own that is located anywhere in the seven-county Metro Denver area,
    • Counties served are Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson
  • Are up to date on the mortgage and property taxes at your home,
  • Your household qualifies as low-income (see table below), and
  • Someone in your home is elderly, a person with a disability, or a child under the age of 18.

How do Rebuilding Together Metro Denver's Programs Work?

Once we receive your complete application, our staff will schedule an assessment of repairs needed at your home. Following the assessment, applications selected for repair services will be accepted into one of our core programs:

Rebuilding Days
 
  •  Projects are typically larger in scale, engaging approximately 20 or more volunteers per project to tackle a wide range of repair needs.
Safe @ Home
(S@H)
  • Projects involve smaller-scale, critical health and safety repairs completed by skilled volunteers.
  • Repairs are completed throughout the year.
Emergency Home Repair        
(EHR)
  • Focuses on urgent home repairs for our clients, including repairing or replacing furnaces and hot water heaters that have stopped working.
  • Typical response time of 48 hours.
  • Repairs are completed throughout the year.

Consideration is given first to households that have not yet received any services from our organization, as well as seniors, persons with disabilities, and families with children who are unable to make their own repairs and who have no able-bodied family members to assist them.

If you feel that you meet our eligibility requirements, you can apply HERE.

Other Community Resources

The programs and resources listed below help homeowners with home repairs and improvements.

Counties

Cities

Statewide

  • Habitat for Humanity - through volunteer labor, builds and rehabilitates houses for families in need
  • USDA Rural Housing - home repair loans and grants - must live in un-incorporated rural areas of Colorado - call your nearest USDA Rural Development Office

Other

  • Brothers Redevelopment - Brothers Redevelopment is a Denver-based nonprofit organization (with a Colorado Springs location) that provides housing and a variety of housing-related services for the region’s low-income, elderly, and disabled residents.