Ensuring Safety Through Home Repair with Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity
Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity is deeply committed to improving living conditions in Victoria, Texas, and the surrounding communities through our Home Repair program. We recognize that a safe, secure home environment is crucial for every family's health and well-being.
Our Critical Home Repair Program
We consider a repair as “any disrepair in the home that threatens the health or safety of the home’s occupants.” Our program is designed to address such issues, helping homeowners to maintain their homes in a safe and livable condition. It's part of our broader mission to ensure everyone has a decent place to live.
Helping Families in Need
Our Home Repair program serves those who are often overlooked, addressing urgent needs that many low-income homeowners cannot handle on their own. We strive to help these families, making their homes safer and more comfortable.
Our work is possible thanks to the generous support of our community in Victoria. Through donations of time, materials, and funds, we're able to provide essential repairs that significantly improve the quality of life for numerous families.
We invite you to contribute to our mission. Whether you choose to donate, volunteer, or advocate for our cause, you're making a profound difference in our community.
Learn more about Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity and our Home Repair efforts. You can reach us at (361) 573-2511, email us at [email protected], or visit our website at https://www.goldencrescenthabitat.org.
Join us at Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity in Victoria, Texas, and help us ensure safe and healthy living conditions for all. Together, we can build stronger communities.
Why Brush Up Golden Crescent is Important:
Ramps and rails provide safer entry into the houses
Improves health for homeowners
Paint protects the outside of the house
Long-term house sustainability for homeowners
Brings the community together
Brush Up Helps Homeowners Who:
Demonstrate a need for assistance
Have an income below 80% of Victoria County median income
Own a house in the five-county Golden Crescent Habitat service area – DeWitt, Goliad, Jackson, Lavaca, Victoria
Complete five hours of sweat equity, such as picking up trash
Apply for the Program
To make an appointment to submit your application, contact Cheryl Johnston, Family Services Coordinator, at 361-573-2511 or [email protected].