Hazelwood Initiative partners with Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh to help low-to-moderate income homeowners in Hazelwood repair and maintain their homes. This is an effort to help residents invest in their homes to help our neighbors enjoy the economic and social benefits of homeownership.
It’s hard enough purchasing a home, but it can also be challenging to keep up with all the repairs and maintenance. If this is your situation, we may be able to help!
#1: Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh: Free Home Repair Program
Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh (RTP) will provide qualified contractors and volunteers to perform repairs on your home at no charge so that you can live in a safe and healthy home.
To be eligible, residents must be...
-The homeowner of record for an Allegheny County property in which they have resided for three or more years
-Current on property taxes, or on a qualified repayment plan
...and must also be either:
-Living in a household with total income less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
-At least 60 years of age, a military veteran, or a person with a documented disability
Call RTP's office to have an application mailed to you (412-247-2700), pick one up at Hazelwood Initiative’s office, or follow the link below to their site
#2: Hazelwood Initiative: Discount Home Repair Program
If you do not qualify for Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh’s program, we still may be able to help. Hazelwood Initiative wants to assist Hazelwood homeowners to invest in their homes to encourage improved property values and visible neighborhood pride. We want to do this in partnership with the homeowner occupants who want to improve the state of their housing.
Using RTP as a general contractor, homeowners can receive up to $6,000 (or $7,500 for a roof) in repairs and improvements, while only being asked to pay 1/4 of the total cost once that work is complete. In addition, participants may then qualify for up to $6,000 in free interior repairs.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call our office (412-421-7234)