Do you have an emergency repair that needs to be made to your home? If you qualify, we may be able to help you with the funds you need to make emergency and accessibility repairs to your home.

The funding is in the form of a grant for up to $7,500, which you don’t need to pay back. The availability of funding is first come, first served.

Your eligibility  for these programs is based on your property’s location and your gross household income.

 

INCOME LIMITS

To be eligible for funding, you must be at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI) and your home must be located in Montgomery County, but outside of the Cities of Dayton and Kettering. Income eligibility and location requirements are subject to change based on HUD income limit changes and our funding sources.

 

HOUSEHOLD SIZEINCOME LIMITS
100%80%60%50%
1-Person$44,550$35,650$26,750$22,300
2-Person$50,900$40,750$30,600$25,450
3-Person$57,250$45,850$34,400$28,650
4-Person$63,600$50,900$38,200$31,800
5-Person$68700$55,000$41,300$34,350
6-Person$73,800$59,050$44,350$36,900
7-Person$78,900$63,150$47,400$39,450
8-Person$84,000$67,200$50,450$42,000
The table shows the Area Median Income (AMI) for the Dayton/Montgomery County region. Data as of 8/1/17. AMI figures are from www.huduser.org.

 

EMERGENCY GRANTS

Designed for a single repair (or related items) that poses an immediate threat to the health and safety of the household or structure. You must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Home must be in otherwise habitable condition
  • Homeowners must have lived in home at least one year
  • Must have homeowners insurance in place
  • Mortgage and property taxes must be current
  • Must meet income guideline based on # of household members
  • Availability of grants is first come first serve

 

ACCESSIBILITY GRANTS

Designed to provide housing modifications that eliminate barriers for an occupant who demonstrates mobility impairments. You must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Homeowner must have lived in home at least one year
  • Can be provided for rental or homeowners
  • If renter, we will need to be able to get landlord’s approval to make modifications
  • Owner must have property insurance in place
  • Owner’s mortgage and property taxes must be current
  • Proof of ownership must be provided from landlord if rental
  • Availability of grants is first come first serve

 

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  • Gross household income is the income before taxes for all of the individuals that will live in the property. This includes all sources of income such as pay from your job, social security, child support, etc.