Veterans Critical Repairs & Home Ownership Programs

James Anderson served in the US Military as an Army Staff Sargent from 1968-1970. James and his wife, Margy live in Ypsilanti with their two adult special-needs children. Through the Home Depot Repair Corps. and Habitat for Humanity’s Energy Efficiency program, James and his family were able to put a new roof on their home and install a new, energy-efficient furnace.

James Anderson served in the US Military as an Army Staff Sargent from 1968-1970. James and his wife, Margy live in Ypsilanti with their two adult special-needs children. Through the Home Depot Repair Corps. and Habitat for Humanity’s Energy Efficiency program, James and his family were able to put a new roof on their home and install a new, energy-efficient furnace.

Veteran Critical Repairs and Weatherization

Everyone deserves a safe and healthy place to live, and no one is more deserving than someone who has served or is serving in the US Military.  Habitat for Humanity is pleased to offer the following services to Veterans in Washtenaw county.

ENERGY SAVINGS

CRITICAL HOME REPAIRS        

  • Roof Replacement

  • Exterior Clean Up

  • Pre and Post Energy Audits

Our Partners

We would also like to recognize Home Depot and Owens Corning for supporting our Veterans Critical Home Repairs Program. 

 

Through its Repair Corps program, Home Depot has helped Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley provide new roofs, exterior repairs and energy saving measures to Veterans in Washtenaw county. 

When troops are away from home, family life can be stressful for those left behind, and home repairs are often overlooked. That's why Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractors are working with Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley to offer new roofs to service men and women in need. Together, we can build a better future.

Please complete our Veterans Program intake form to determine if you qualify.

If you have questions about our program, please call us at 734.263.2317.


Veterans Home Ownership Program

Newly renovated, energy-efficient Habitat homes are sold to veterans who qualify and are
approved for our program. Prospective home buyers who partner with Habitat are community-
minded residents who are looking for the stability of homeownership.

We renovate empty houses with community partners and sponsors and then turn them into
homes by offering an affordable mortgage to our prospective home buyers. Ultimately, we
build much more than houses – the impact of homeownership is profound and lasting. It’s a
program that works!

Interested in becoming a Habitat homeowner?
Check out the following resources and complete an online Intake Form to start the application process.


Other Resources for Veterans

Below are additional resources to empower and help the local veteran community:

Buddy to Buddy Volunteer Veteran Program

T-Mobile Military & Veterans Program (Discounted rates, jobs and volunteer opportunities)

Vets 4 Warriors

Veteran’s Resource Center in Canton, Mich.

Washtenaw County Department of Veteran’s Affairs