Home repair

Restore and maintain your home

In need of critical home repair?

Habitat for Humanity Tucson partners with local homeowners who are in need of repair or maintenance of their homes.

The home repair program ensures our neighbors live in safe, decent homes and restores dignity and hope to the community.

Habitat for Humanity Tucson’s selected partners will work side-by-side with our staff and volunteers. Accommodations are made for those unable to physically work.

Restoring the pride of homeownership

We accept applications and reach out to partner with neighborhood organizations to identify residents whose homes need repair — individuals, seniors, people with disabilities, U.S. veterans, multi-generational households and single-parent families. Habitat is an equal housing opportunity provider.

We are not an emergency repair program. If you are in need of immediate assistance with home repair, please contact an emergency repairs organization in your area.

Critical home repair benefits the family living in the home, the neighborhood where they live, and our entire community.

  • Ensures families are living in safe and well maintained homes
  • Prevents families from being displaced from their homes and forced into transitional housing or shelters
  • Protects families’ financial investments
  • Restores the homeowners’ dignity and pride of homeownership

Minor home repair helps families with projects that restore dignity through appearance upgrades and other exterior repairs.

  • Revitalizes neighborhoods
  • Preserves the history and culture of neighborhoods while implementing sustainable improvements
  • Inspires neighborhood inhabitants to reinvest in their communities

Mold: Due to volunteer & staff safety at this time Habitat Tucson is unable to work on most homes with mold. Please submit your information and we will contact you to let you know more.

Homeowners and repair recipients repay a portion of the cost of materials based on a sliding scale and ability.

Eligibility guidelines

Individuals and families are selected based on the following criteria:
  • Willingness to partner

    The applicant must be willing to assist and partner in the home repair process

  • Demonstrated need 

    A need for home repair must be demonstrated in order to qualify for home repair

  • Income level

    To qualify for home repair, an applicant must fall within certain income parameters

  • Own your home

    You must own your home and it must be your primary residence

  • Homeowner's Insurance

    You must have Homeowner's insurance

  • Income-eligible

    You must be income-eligible and fall within the areas outlined in the chart below

Family Size Maximum Income
1 person
2 people
3 people
4 people
5 people
6 people
7 people
8 people

Own a mobile home

If you have a mobile or manufactured home: Owners of mobile or manufactured homes who meet all of the following qualifications:
  • Own mobile home

    You must own your home as your primary residence

  • Own the land

    You must own the land that the home sits on

  • Permantly affixed

    The home is permanently affixed to the property

  • Veteran Home Repair

    Are you a veteran? Habitat for Humanity Tucson has a specific fund set aside for home repair for Veterans. If you are a Veteran or if you can refer a Veteran in need of home repair, please contact us to learn more


Questions about Home Repair? Please contact our Home Repair Specialist:
Habitat For Humanity Tucson (HFHT), an Arizona nonprofit corporation, is a licensed contractor in the state of Arizona.

3501 N. Mountain Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85719
Email: info@habitattucson.org
Phone: (520) 326-1217

ROC License No.

  • #184153 General
  • #308010 Electrical
  • #308011 Plumbing
Habitat for Humanity Tucson is an equal opportunity housing provider and U.S. EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm.
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