Do you have an emergency repair or urgent maintenance 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 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. See the details for each program listed below.

 

AVAILABLE PROGRAMS

 

County Corp Montgomery County CDBG Emergency and Accessibility Program

Federal Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant funding from Montgomery County’s Office of Community and Economic Development.  For residents of Montgomery County outside the municipal limits of the cities of Dayton and Kettering, with household incomes at or below 80% AMI.  Up to $10,000 grant for repairs and modifications.

 

County Corp Dayton and Montgomery County ODOD Emergency Home Repair and Accessibility Modification Program

Emergency Home Repair and Handicapped Accessibility Modifications for homeowners whose household income is at or below 50% AMI within Montgomery County, Ohio.  Match funding provided by Montgomery County’s Office of Community and Economic Development and the City of Dayton, Ohio and County Corp with a grant from the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD).  Up to $10,000 grant for repairs and modifications.

 

County Corp Weatherization Grant Program Funded by CenterPoint Energy

Provides grant funding for housing units with natural gas heating located in the Montgomery County, CenterPoint Energy service areas and have a household income at or below 80% AMI. This program addresses issues such as insulation, furnace repair or replacement, hot water heater repair or replacement and supporting the additional expense of upgrading mechanical and building components from standard grade to ENERGY STAR rated equipment.

 

INCOME AND LOCATION LIMITS

As noted under the previous program descriptions, most repair programs require that you meet specific income requirements based upon your household size. To be eligible for funding, you must also live within the areas covered by the programs being offered. Income eligibility and location requirements are subject to change based on HUD income limit changes and our funding sources.

 

HOUSEHOLD SIZE
100%80%60%50%
1-Person$58,900$47,150$35,350$29,450
2-Person$67,300$53,850$40,400$33,650
3-Person$75,700$60,600$45,450$37,850
4-Person$84,100$67,300$50,460$42,050
5-Person$90,900$72,700$54,500$45,450
6-Person$97,600$78,100$58,550$48,800
7-Person$104,300$83,500$62,600$52,150
8-Person$111,100$88,850$66,650$55,550

 

WANT TO TALK TO US ABOUT AN EMERGENCY OR ACCESSIBILITY GRANT?

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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.