These resources include information on local organizations who assist with minor home repairs.
Every July, youth from different parts of the United States come together for six days to repair and transform homes in our selected communities, performing hands-on home-repair projects for elderly, low income, veterans and disabled individuals and families who qualify. Eligible repair projects may include: Porch repair/construction, Step repair/construction, Wheelchair ramp repair/construction, Mobile home skirting, Exterior/interior painting, Mobile home roof sealant, and Interior painting. For more information on Group Workcamps contact Debby Campbell using the information below.
New River Safe Housing- A program which provides rehabilitation to dilapidated and energy inefficient homes for low income families in economically devastated rural coalfield communities. The work ranges from substantial rehabs to weatherization, roofing, windows, doors, and insulation.
New Page Housing- SALS is constructing a new housing development for low income families in the former coal camp community of Page, West Virginia.
Coalfield Housing- A program similar to New River Safe Housing that is primarily in the Fayette Country part of Upper Kanawha Valley Enterprise Community.
HOME Program- SALS constructs homes and qualifies families for Financing through the West Virginia Housing Development Fund. Certified counselors assist families in preparing and processing their applications.