No one should have to endure the struggle, stress, and pain of being unable to access their home safely and independently. Habitat Monroe’s ramp program serves people in need of safe and independent access in and out of their homes, and is a fantastic resource for many Veterans.
Ramp projects are subject to approval by the building inspector & obtaining a proper building permit. Each project may take 6 to 8 weeks for completion. These projects are subject to the availability of funding. This program serves homeowners in Monroe County. We are happy to accept your application for consideration.
We are the HOME of the free, because of the brave service of men and women throughout history.
If you are an aged veteran, or fresh into your military service, we understand that the bravest thing you can do is seek help to reach your goals. Habitat for Humanity became a certified veteran affiliate in 2020, and is committed to serving veterans with affordable housing solutions. We have realized we can’t do this alone. That is why we have partnered with great organizations to provide these foundational services to our community.
the value of working with habitat
avoid stress & gain support
We are a PsychArmor(R) Veteran Ready Nonprofit Organization
Let’s all give a cheerful welcome to our new Director of Fund Development, Erin Steel!
How can I become a homeowner? What does it take? Am I qualified?
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County received a $10,000 donation from Old National Bank on Tuesday, April 19th.