I am looking for help for my best friend and his mom. His mom is on disability and he is unable to work because he stays home to take care of her. They have a lot of incomplete home projects and the house is almost unlivable. There is no heat, no working stove pipes, they are old, and hot water barely works. I'm trying to seek help for them.
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If they are low income, there is a possibility that they could get help from a state/government organization. It goes by different names in different locations. Here in SD, in some of the towns it is called Opportunities for Independent Living(OIL), the town where I live it is called Independent Living Center. There is also an organization called Adult Services for Aging, their office is usually connected with the Department of Social Services (Welfare Office.)
This mother and son might be better off, if they could get a care giver to go into the home and care for the mother, so the son can work. I do know of several people here in SD that have had home repairs made by the first two organizations I mentioned. Some of these repairs have been in the $10,000 price range.
The only drawback is the people have to stay in the home for a certain number of years afterwards or pay back a certain amount of the cost of repairs. I assume the family has a social worker through the Department of Social Services, that would be the person to talk to about home repairs. That being said sometimes it is time to sell your home as is for whatever you can get and move into an apartment.
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Hi I am fifty eight and I had crumbs heating put on new pressure vallve on system and afterward it put to much pressure on system and messed the system up I need a new system and don't have money what can i do
It's going to cost me about 8000 are more to get my house fixed and I don't have the money
My furance needs to be replaced i have no heat i have a mom thats 83 and my husband is disabled we dont have the money to fix it .
Do they have a furnace in the house. Do they even have gas on . If they do that shouldn't be a problem.
These people do not want to sell there houses they want to fix them as much as possible so why sell and then not have money for rent .Get a life I find fixing them old houses is more fun but I have always had to fix my place except when my son came and built me a front porch . You can find help with any problem on line if your willing to work at it and able . The liberay has free internet usually that you can look to see how to fix things and maybe a neighbor will help with the labor if they know you are disabled .
The Government has grants up to 7500.00 for elderly (62 or older) low income single family homes and guaranteed loans with 3% interest over 20 years for low income single family homes through the USDA. Has to be in a rural area, but the website is set up so you can check to see if you live in a qualifying srea.
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My name is Elvira Frigate and after I lost my dad I got the home place I have been trying to fix it up but I don't have enough money and I have a handicap daughter and it is very hard to do with with what income i have their are so much needs to be done I would appreciate what ever help I could get.
Needing to help to repair home and no money to do it
I need help fixing my hot water heater line in nashville tn
Well depending on where you live and which your town offers there's a program through energy assistance and you can apply for a emergency assI stance once a year, shine one would have to do a estimate and how much it would cost you also Social Services has Christmas in April where they find people that would donate their time to come fix your home and they Supply the supplies as well very awesome program ,I also found out it's not necessarily in April they do it throughout the year another one is called weatherization program they will fix your pipes insulate them put storm windows and doors make sure the house is winterized also if you have Medicare your insurance will cover a aide to come into the home possibly make lunch spend time with you check your vitals that kind of stuff if needed while her son goes to work, and while their doing the repairs in your home ,another one is the cold Habitate for Humanity they will get people that will help for free and they have a huge building that people donate house hold items even furniture, paint everything you would need
The Department of Social Services in Virginia does not help!
what about Texas? Where does a person get help here? I have looked for help....Habitats for Humanity basically build from the ground up. Nobody helps with obvious house issues. I am on disability and I am 60. I have a bone disease which requires alot of surgeries, my next on on my right knee is because I am allergic to pretty much ALL metals! So they are stripping out my radical knee replacement and attempting to put it back in before I get the secondary bacterial infection that comes along with surgery and lose my leg.
I am a single mother I have four children three are grown and one still lives at home I rent and my landlord is very accommodating but he does not have the funds to fix the roof or the porches on my home is there anywhere I can get funding that I wouldn't have to pay back to get help getting those things fixed I am not considered a senior I am 50 years old but I am disabled
Here in Florida there is a helpline. UnitedWay the dial 211. They will have several organizations to help. One is (again florida) The Weatherization program. They work to help the home become more energy efficient. I'm on odds too. On my home the attic had insulation blown into my attic.
I need help to fix my roof and air conditioner Iam 67 years old and I get 910. 00 a month , I was gone helping my mom and my house got broken . so Iam trying to fix it Thanks or u can call me at 940 389 6020 Thanks
There is most likely an energy assistance program close. We don't know where you live so it's hard to do any research. Here in Salem, OR we have this agency. They do fix ups on even mobile homes, but it sometimes means a wait.
If they are members of a local church, sometimes that is the fastest and easiest resource to get help. Try Habitat for Humanity not for a new home but for resources they have. Craigslist might help too, just because people often know of a need and they just come and help. If all else fails, perhaps a rental would be a nice new start. I hope these have helped.
I live in mo and can't find no help
I need help with my house.i have been asking for help for the last ten years or more ,I hear they have money to help us they don't they only help who they want not who need help.all I ask foe a roof patch so it want rain in here.plus my poach and the middle of my house me raiseing up I am going and try to do this myself i am going and try to do the proch side myself.if i can get help may i could help the next person i am on a fix income
I spoke with Habitat for Humanity in Norfolk VA and I was told they do not help with repairing homes that are owned by a low income person
I on disability need to find cheap mobile to get in to can y'all help me find one I live in house with wife an her boyfriend I need place to go so I can get in to an go on ssdi income hard to do an I in late 50s don't want to spend rest of my life in a apartment I have heart problem an otheritus had knee replacement in April
I have two bathroom floors that need to be replaced due to rotting from leaks, leaks are fixed, but toilets are close to fall through floor. do you work on mobile homes???? It's a 99 year. I also need two doors front and side,. And window doors have spaces to let air in. Windows are cracked or hard to lock.
Or do you know of anyone can help????? I have no money to pay.
Here in Jacksonville Florida we have program for low income, elderly, disabled folks
Weatherization program for my county name (Duval). They installed blow in insulation, new Energy Star refrigerator. a bathroom exhaust fan. And solar screen on all my windows that got sun. Oh, and weather stripping on doors. Good luck
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