How to Get Help
HFHSCA has two traditional “Habitat for Humanity” program areas: one program for people who want to own a home, and another program for people who already own a home but need help with repairs. These programs look for participants who fit specific income guidelines; who are able to pay back a no-interest loan; and who are willing to partner with HFHSCA to get the needed work done.
Traditional Habitat for Humanity Home ownership program:
Are you looking for an affordable opportunity to buy a simple decent home? Download this brochure and registration form to register for the next Family Selection/Informational meeting.
Traditional Habitat for Humanity Home repair program:
Do you need help with repairs on a home you already own? Download this home repair brochure and return it to the office.
And now, HFHSCA offers an additional pathway for people to become homeowners:
HFHSA now offers another housing program, one that will allow 4 – 6 additional families the chance to become homeowners each year! HFHSCA has partnered with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to offer the “Mutual Self Help Housing” program. It is similar to the traditional Habitat for Humanity program in that you must help build your home, and demonstrate the ability to pay back a mortgage. Because this program requires group of 4 – 6 “families” to work together to build a group of homes, this program is perfect for people who might know of a family with whom they want to work! Click here to download our brochure about this program!