As a nonprofit organization serving south Lake County, we're dedicated to making free repairs and modifications for low income homeowners including persons living with disabilities, seniors and veterans in need.
Crumbling concrete steps. Leaking roofs. Substandard electrical wiring. Dingy paint. At no cost to the recipients, our volunteers have insulated attics, replaced windows, built handicap ramps, painted and otherwise repaired and upgraded the homes of nearly 100 homeowners in Lowell, Merrillville, Cedar Lake and Crown Point, Indiana. While some home repairs are cosmetic, other upgrades ensure the well-being of the senior citizens, disabled individuals, single parent families, and military veterans who live there.
Rebuilding Together of South Lake County was formed in 1995 and is directed by an all-volunteer board of community members. As an affiliate of the nation's largest volunteer home repair organization, our work touches individuals and revitalizes communities in Northwest Indiana.
The national organization is more than 30 years old. Its 200 plus affiliates have made an impact on communities by improving more than 100,000 homes and collectively raising market values by more than one million dollars.
We hope you'll join our efforts-contact us to find out how.
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