To access an application you submitted online, please visit Whole Home Repairs Program (alleghenycounty.us. You’ll need the email address and password you used to apply to log in.
If you submitted a paper application, please get in touch with us at email@example.com or (412) 248-0021.
Need help to afford home repairs?
Apply for funding from the Whole-Home Repairs Program.
Applications for Phase 2 will be accepted from October 16, 2023 at 8:00am, through November 17, 2023 at 4:00pm.
Funding is available to fix severe issues like damage to your home’s roof, windows, and foundation. You can also get money to make modifications so someone managing a disability can live in the house.
Who can apply?
- To qualify, an applicant must own and live in a house needing repairs in Allegheny County, live in a home with significant habitability concerns, and have a household income that doesn’t exceed 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) for Allegheny County. Please refer to this chart.
How the application process works:
- Apply online: https://wholehomerepair.alleghenycounty.us/RESIDENT/Security/CitizenSignIn or contact ACTION-Housing at (412) 248-0021 to complete an application over the phone.
- If you are eligible and selected for a home inspection, someone from the Whole-Home Repairs Program will contact you to schedule it.
- A Whole-Home Repairs inspector will visit your home to determine if the repairs qualify for funding.
- If the inspector approves the repairs, we’ll connect you with a contractor certified by the Whole-Home Repairs program to do the work.
If you have already applied for the Whole-Home Repairs Program:
- You must recertify your application. To recertify, log back into your application here: https://wholehomerepair.alleghenycounty.us/RESIDENT/Security/CitizenSignIn.
- If you need help resetting your password, please call the Help Desk at (412) 350-4357 #2.
- You’ll need to verify your income again if you didn’t show yearly income with your application using documents like an IRS 10104 form or W2. To recertify, you can include two months of current pay stubs, an award letter from the Social Security Office, a welfare office, or a letter from your employer.
In case you missed the October 17th Town Hall Discussion, we have uploaded a recording of the webinar. You can watch the video below:
Check back here for other upcoming Town Hall meeting dates.
Contractors: We’re looking for contractors to partner with on this program. If you or someone you know is interested in working with us, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While we’re pleased to be able to offer assistance to more people, many will not be approved for home repair assistance. With limited funding, we regret not being able to help everyone who applies.