Single Family Residential Rehabilitation (SFRRP) administers loans and/or grants for home repairs to alleviate DC building code violations and assists homeowners in repairing physical threats to health and safety, and modify and/or eliminate barriers to accessibility for persons with mobility or other physical impairments. SFRRP helps households finance minor home repairs that will; address building code violations, repair roofs, remove threats to health and safety, and modify and/or eliminate barriers to accessibility for persons with mobility or other physical impairments
Areas of Interest:
- Single Family Residential Rehabilitation Program CBOs
- Eligibility/How to Apply
- Single Family Residential Rehabilitation Program (SFRRP) Fact Sheet
SFRRP - Programs
Roof Repair Program
This Program is part of the SFRRP and provides a grant for seniors of up to $15,000 to replace and/or repair the roof. This grant pays for exterior roofing and gutter work only.
Handicapped Accessibility Improvement Program (HAIP)
This Program provides a grant of up to $30,000 for accessibility modifications needed to adjust most physical barriers within a home for persons with mobility or other physical impairments.
Additional Benefit for Seniors
Households where the head of household is 62 years or older may have the first $10,000 of their loan, provided as a permanently deferred loan. Deferral of additional amounts will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Note: Loans and Grants under these Programs may be combined but cannot exceed the overall program maximum of $75,000. All Programs are subject to homeowner eligibility which is based upon the homeowner’s income.