We help homeowners who are low-income, elderly, with disabilities, with dependent children, and veterans to stay safe in their homes.
Low-income, elderly and disabled homeowners and families with dependent children often have no place to turn to when the roof begins to leak or the furnace quits working. Our goal is to assure that these people can get the housing rehabilitation help they need. Repairs may include dry-rot repairs, painting, roof repair or replacement, plumbing repairs, electrical repairs, yard debris removal, window and door replacement, accessibility modifications and many other tasks.
We are a local affiliate of the leading national, non-profit volunteer low-income housing preservation organization that, in partnership with the community, repairs and rehabilitates the houses of low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly, those with disabilities and families with dependent children, so that they may continue to live in warmth, safety and independence. We have been performing these free repairs in Washington County since 1994.
Rebuilding Together * Washington County, Oregon is a non-profit housing rehabilitation organization dedicated to partnering with the community to repair and rehabilitate the houses of the low-income homeowners in Washington County. Preference is given to elderly, disabled and families with dependent children homeowners. All our work is performed free of charge to qualified, selected homeowners. Applications are available by calling our office at (503) 644-4544 or at local libraries and senior centers and disability service providers.