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Home Access & Critical Repair Grants

Eligibility and Application Information for Access Grants.

The process is easy...

  1. Contact us for an application.
  2. We process your application and determine eligibility.
  3. If you qualify, a Rehab Advisor inspects your property to determine what repairs are needed. (Health and safety items are a priority.)
  4. You request bids from contractors of your choice. (A list of interested contractors is available for your convenience.)
  5. Your Rehab Advisor assists you throughout the bidding and construction process.

Clackamas County might be able help! Contact us at 503-742-4323

Annual Income Limits for Grants
(100% of Median Family Income)

Household size

Income

1 person $48,600
2 persons $55,600
3 persons $62,500
4 persons $68,300
5 persons $75,000
6 persons $80,600

Home Access Grant

  • Grants up to $3,000 for needed access or safety improvements.
  • Renters and homeowners qualify.
  • All dwelling units including mobile homes and apartments qualify.

Improvements can include:

  • Wheelchair ramps, handrails and widened doorways
  • Bathroom accessibility (raised toilets & grab bars)
  • Kitchen accessibility improvements

Eligible Applicants must...

  • Live in the North Clackamas Revitalization Area
  • Must reside in the dwelling requiring modification
  • Must have a documented physical disability
  • Have approval of the property owner (if applicant does not own the property)
  • Be at or below maximum income limits

Critical Repair Grant

  • Grants up to $3,000 for repair of safety or access deficiencies, primarily for exterior elements of manufactured homes or mobile homes.
  • Only manufactured home or mobile home owners who do not have title to the property on which the home is located are eligible.

Improvements can include:

  • Leaking roofs
  • Faulty plumbing connections
  • Faulty wiring or electrical connections

Eligible Applicants must...

  • Live in the North Clackamas Revitalization Area
  • Be at or below maximum income limits.
  • Have approval of the property owner.
  • Must reside in the dwelling

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