Minor Home Repair

Minor Home Repair Program

Providing a safer home environment for elderly or disabled neighbors, allowing them to remain in their homes.

Minor Home Repair provides safety and security repair services to help low-income seniors and disabled individuals live safely in their own home and maintain their independence. Repairs are made by a team of skilled volunteers, and materials are purchased with donations.

Examples of minor home repairs include:

  • Wheelchair ramps
  • Installation of safety lights, locks, railings, grab bars, smoke detectors
  • Repair of broken steps, doors, floors or retaining walls
  • Basic weatherization

The Minor Home Repair program serves homeowners in areas of Kansas City, Missouri (south of the river).

Those wishing to receive Minor Home Repair services must:

  • Own the home
  • Have a household income of 150% of the Federal Poverty Line or below,
  • Be elderly and/or disabled.

Homeowners or case managers may call Maria Hurd at 816-285-3142 to review whether they might qualify or to schedule an intake appointment.

Home Repair Program Kansas City

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