The WAMY Community Action is accepting applications for its urgent home repair program until October 15th. Mitchell and Yancey counties. Examples of special needs are elderly, disabled, single households and / or five or more people living in the household.
The goal of the Urgent Repair Program is to make repairs and alterations to alleviate poor housing conditions that pose a threat to the homeowner’s health and safety. Some of the repairs include failing sewage treatment plants, dangerous heating systems, or rotten floors. The program can also pay for accessibility changes that allow you to stay in your home after an injury or serious illness.
After October 15th, requests for repairs will be accepted in spring 2022.
Those interested in applying for the urgent home repair program can call or email Amber at 828-264-2421 [email protected]
Via the WAMY community campaign
Founded in 1964, WAMY (Watauga, Avery, Mitchell, Yancey Counties) is a community action agency and the first not-for-profit, non-profit organization to break into the four high country counties. WAMY’s mission is to work with families and communities to provide disadvantaged people with the support they need to become self-sufficient. WAMY conducts a needs assessment of the community every three years and the programs are designed according to the needs of the community. WAMY currently has four programs – Youth Development, Nutrition and Nutrition, Housing and Energy, and Whole Family Development. To learn more or to donate, visit wamycommunityaction.org.