What programs are offered?
A Brush with Kindness: seniors 60 or older with a household income at or below 80% of the area median income in Port Arthur, the Mid-County area, or the City of Orange may qualify for minor repairs to their primary residence. There is no repayment or sweat equity required. These repairs are offered as funds are available. Download the application here.
Rebuilding Beaumont Together: a partnership between Habitat and the City of Beaumont to offer minor repairs for owner‐occupied homes. Applicants must earn no more than than 80% of the area median income and maintain the home within the Beaumont city limits as their primary residence. Priority is given to seniors and the disabled. There is no repayment or sweat equity required. Download the application here.
Home after Harvey: a homeowner‐Habitat partnership repair program for owner‐occupied homes damaged by Harvey. Applicants must earn no more than 80% of the area median income (100% for veterans) and maintained the home as their primary residence as of August 29, 2017. A family is expected to contribute their insurance or FEMA proceeds to the repairs either before applying or in conjunction with Habitat funding. Sweat equity is required. Depending on the cost and ability to repay, there may be a monthly repayment for part of the expenses. Download the application here.
Homebuyer program: Homebuyer Program applications are no longer available for download or distribution. Completed applications obtained during the July distribution period must be submitted with all required documents by 5pm on August 16, 2018. Please check our Facebook page for the next application period.