Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Habitat for Humanity Offering Home Repair for Veterans

Posted By on Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 9:00 AM

The local chapter of Habitat for Humanity is looking for military veterans who need repairs done on their homes — at no cost to the homeowner.

The program is meant to improve the safety, condition, livability, and accessibility of homes owned by veterans. Projects also work to upgrade the energy efficiency of homes in order to reduce energy costs.
“We are promoting respect and dignity for our nation’s heroes,” said Habitat Tucson CEO, T. VanHook about the program. “We are committed to helping our veteran neighbors live in peace and safety. Habitat Tucson builds more than just homes.”
Know of a veteran who could benefit from free home repairs? Direct them to this website or to Shianna Searcy of Veteran Homeowner Services at 326-1217, extension 209. 

Habitat for Humanity also offers home ownership opportunities and other resources for veterans all over the Tucson metro area. For more information on those programs, visit habitattucson.org/veteran. All general inquiries can be directed to the Habitat for Humanity Tucson main office at 326-1217.

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