Habitat’s Home Repair Program works with homeowners who need assistance with critical repairs that will alleviate health and safety issues. Habitat also offers Home Preservation as a component of the Repair Program to address minor home maintenance and repairs to the home and Aging in Place services for seniors and those with physical or mental impairments to better enable people to live and age safely in their homes.
The current service areas in King county are SE Seattle, White Center, SE Renton, Federal Way, Glendale and Bryn Mawr-Skyway. We also serve all areas of Kittitas. Please complete and submit an intake form if you are interested in applying.
If you live in King County and are unable to find other services from other programs, Habitat may be able to help.
- Critical Home Repair Spotlight: SandraSandra Browne is a single, 83-year-old woman whose grandfather was an enslaved person from the Deep South. In 1884, after slavery had legally ended in America, her grandfather moved to the Seattle area to escape racism and discrimination, and to search for better opportunities for his family and himself. Ever since, the family has lived […]
- Critical Repair Spotlight: EdnaEdna is a senior living in White Center and is the primary caregiver for her disabled adult son. She contacted Habitat SKC with concerns about a tree on her property that was damaging her home and potentially threatening the foundation. Habitat’s repair team met with Edna to assess the project and scope of the work. […]
- Homeowner Spotlight: The Gardner FamilyJune 9, 2021 For the past several years, Emily Gardner and her two sons were living in a two-bedroom apartment in an urban neighborhood of Seattle. As a single mom, while she is lucky to have kept her job during the pandemic, her hours had been cut, and her rent and other necessary living expenses […]