Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln (LincolnHabitat.org) is now offering their Home Repairs Program for homeowners in Lincoln. This program helps qualifying homeowners with limited incomes to get the repairs and improvements they need so that they can remain safe and comfortable in their homes and rooted in their neighborhoods.

Repairs offered include accessibility modifications (ramps and grab bars), weatherization (windows and insulation), energy efficiency (appliances, water heater, a/c and furnace replacement) and critical repairs (roofs and gutter replacement). Applicants must live in and own the home that needs to be repaired and they must income-qualify. Financing is based on affordability and will consist of a mix of grant funding and no-interest loans.

To find out more about the program and to apply, go to LincolnHabitat.org.

Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln was established in 1988 by local community members, faith leaders and city officials to address the need for affordable housing. 36 years later, they have built or repaired more than 202 local homes; housing more than 900 men, women and children in Lancaster and Seward counties. Learn more at LincolnHabitat.org.