Cost of Home

Through the Cost of Home advocacy campaign, Habitat for Humanity will mobilize our local Habitat organizations, our partners, our volunteers and community members across the country to find the solutions and help create the policies that will allow 10 million individuals to have access to affordable housing. Over the next five years, the campaign will improve home affordability by promoting policy and systems change in four key areas: affordable home production, access to credit, equitable land use, and communities of opportunity.

Veterans

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona (Habitat) is proud to partner with U.S. Military Veterans and families of veterans in Maricopa and portions of Pinal county to provide a pathway to home ownership and to assist current veteran homeowners with much needed repairs or modifications to their existing residence. Habitat recognizes COVID-19’s impact on veterans’ mental, physical, and emotional health, the pandemic’s role in making veterans access to essential services such as housing even more challenging and is committed to ensure veterans in Maricopa County have greater access to affordable housing.

Construction in Training

Producing the next generation of highly skilled craft construction leaders by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Graduates earn:

  • Leadership and soft skills training
  • NCCER – National Recognized Construction Certification
  • OSHA 10 Training Certification
  • Job Placement opportunities with Arizona’s most reputable Construction Companies

Emergency Home Repair

In partnership with the Cities of Glendale and Peoria, Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona’s Emergency Home Repair Program provides urgent home repairs to those in need of affordable home repairs within these cities. Thanks to federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, the cities of Glendale and Peoria provide emergency home repair assistance to those in need of affordable home repairs who are Glendale or Peoria residents. The city’s Emergency Home Repair Program utilizes a non-profit partner, Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona, to provide emergency repair services. Our knowledgeable construction staff will assess each emergency and work to address urgent issues such as heating and cooling, plumbing, electrical systems, structural issues, roofing problems and accessibility.

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