Home Repair Assistance for Families of Deceased Veterans?

I am the widow of a Vietnam War veteran who died of agent orange complications and I am in dire need of a new driveway. I live in Detroit Michigan are there any resources that can help me?


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October 27, 20171 found this helpful
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Finding help:

  1. is for veterans and veterans, survivors. This organization helps families. There are many times that people just like you have no idea where they can go for help. That is why this organization has been set up to help.
  2. Habitat for Humanity is yet another organization that helps people just like you. You can visit the website here and find out where you can go for help.
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  4. Veterans Office has a branch called Office of Survivor's Assistance. You can also go here to find the office near
  5. Opperation We Are Here is another great office to help you and your family. You can visit here to find the office in your area.

There are many good programs out there to help you. Start with these and find the one closest to you. Make an appointment and take what they ask of you with you to the meeting.

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Go to this link for assistance

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Help for Driveway

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Habitat for Humanity Repair Corps Program

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The Home Depot Foundation

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