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$10M Home Repair Program: Bucks County Launches Initiative to Help 120-150 Low-Income Homeowners with Essential Repairs Starting July 1!

Bucks County Launches $10 Million Home Repair Initiative

Key Details of the Bucks County Home Repair Program

According to BUCKSCO.TODAY, Bucks County has launched a program to help low to moderate-income homeowners with essential home repairs. Starting July 1 the program will accept applications and provide grants of up to $50,000 per household. It aims to assist 120 to 150 homes by funding critical upgrades such as roofing plumbing, electrical systems heating and accessibility improvements like ramps and grab bars. These upgrades are intended to make homes safer and more comfortable especially for homeowners who may struggle financially.

Funding for BCHRP totals $10 million sourced from Pennsylvania’s Whole-Home Repair Program and local fiscal relief funds. Administered jointly by Capital Access Inc. and Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County the program is designed to improve living conditions and ensure homes remain suitable for occupancy. By providing crucial financial support BCHRP addresses the maintenance needs of homeowners who may struggle to afford necessary repairs independently. Applications for assistance must be submitted online by August 15 with an initial eligibility review slated for completion by August 6 to streamline the process.

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$10M Home Repair Program: Bucks County Launches Initiative to Help 120-150 Low-Income Homeowners with Essential Repairs Starting July 1! (PHOTO: WHYY)

Hands-On Help: BCHRP In-Person Assistance Sessions Scheduled

To support potential applicants BCHRP will host in-person assistance sessions on July 11 and 13 at Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County in Warminster Township. These sessions are intended to guide homeowners through the application process clarifying requirements and offering assistance to ensure successful submissions for the program’s grants. This proactive approach underscores Bucks County’s commitment to assisting its residents particularly those in vulnerable financial situations by investing in home maintenance and accessibility upgrades that contribute to long-term community well-being and safety.

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