Habitat has made the commitment to continue building new homes and Repairing owner-occupied homes in The Glens neighborhood of Dacono for homeowners who cannot physically or financially effect changes on their own.
If you or someone you know owns a home in need of repairs, contact Krystal Winship Erazo, Neighborhood Revitalization Manager, for an application at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-682-2485 x108.
Basic Qualifications for Critical Home Repair Program:
- Home located in The Glens neighborhood in Dacono
- Homeowner(s) owns and lives in the home being repaired and it is the only home they own.
- All adults in the home combined earning between 0%-less than 80% of the Area Median Income annually.
- Home is in need of repair(s) as determined by Habitat Construction Staff
- Homeowner has ability to repay a portion costs of materials and labor* (monthly payment options are available).
- *repayment amount dependent on income
- January 2nd, 2018 - Application period open
- February 28th, 2018 – Application due with supporting documentation
- March 2018 – Review period
- April 2018 – Applicants who pass initial screening will go through a home assessment with Habitat staff
- May 2018 – Project selection (# of projects selected is dependent on funding)
- May – December 2018 – Repair work takes place
For Questions or to have an application mailed to you contact:
Krystal Winship Erazo, Neighborhood Revitalization Manager at email@example.com or 303-682-2485 x108.
Our 1st Project: Allan Sinicki's Roof Repair
Allan Sinicki had lived in The Glens in Dacono for 15 years in a 1976 trailer. Allan filed an insurance claim 7 years ago when his roof was damaged by a hail storm. A week after sending his insurance check to a roofing company, the company declared bankruptcy, taking Allan's check and leaving his roof in disrepair. Living on disability with a bad back, Allan has been unable to complete the repairs on his own, both financially and physically.
Allan's neighbor, Melissa Montoya, moved into her new Habitat home next door and, noticing the state of Allan's roof, suggested he reach out to Habitat to see if there was anything that could be done. Looking to expand housing services offered in The Glens, St. Vrain Habitat took on Allan's roof as a pilot project for Neighborhood Revitalization (NR) efforts in The Glens.
The Critical Repair Program that supports NR efforts mirrors Habitat's new construction program in which applicants must show a need for assistance, willingness to partner in the project and repay a portion of the costs back to Habitat, which go forward to support the next project. Sponsored by Thrivent Financial, United Way of Weld County, GAF's in-kind donation of shingles and seven hot volunteer days, Allan's new roof will allow him to stay in his home another 15 years or longer!