Rebuilding Together is a program with volunteers who work in specified neighborhoods in both Baltimore City and Baltimore County. They partner with local sponsors and volunteer groups to repair and renovate the homes of the low-income elderly, disabled, and families with children.
Baltimore Energy Challenge provides Baltimore residents with supplies and information that they will need to increase home energy efficiency.
LIGHT helps Baltimore City residents become self-sufficient, safer, more stable and healthier in their homes. It assists residents in obtaining a variety of no and low-cost services, and coordinates and manages delivery of the services.There are three grant and loan programs available. For an application or questions call (410) 396-3023.
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development offers a program for accessibility related improvements to the homes of seniors. These improvements may include, among others, the installation of grab bars and railings, widening of doorways and installation of ramps. The program provides zero percent interest, deferred loans for a term of 30 years or […]
CHAI’s mission is to strengthen neighborhoods with a significant Jewish presence. This is achieved by developing and enhancing housing affecting community development and supporting the aging-in-community. CHAI creates coalitions around issues of common concern and develops public as well as private partnerships. CHAI provides direct services to accomplish such objectives as maintaining and creating affordable housing, […]