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Omaha Housing Rehabilitation and Healthy Homes Resource Guide

Neighborhood Action and Fact Programs

These programs focus on HCD's targeted neighborhood of Neighborhood Action and Fact - King Science which is approximately bordered by Sahler Street and Wirt Street, between N 27th Street and Florence BoulevardClick here for a map.

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   Full Rehab Program

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  Rehabilitate homes in disrepair, and to address the special needs of a household. Rehabilitation includes the correction of substandard conditions, making essential improvements, and the repair of major systems (for example; roofs, foundation, heating and air conditioning) in danger of failure. Special needs include increasing accessibility in homes of disabled persons and the removal of lead-based paint hazards in homes occupied by children age six and under.

Contact Info: Joyce Stevens / (402) 444-5150 ext 2018 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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   Exterior Repair Program

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  Designed to make necessary repairs to the exterior homes and ultimately aid in the revitalization of neighborhoods and communities. Repairs and improvements can include removal and/or stabilization of lead-based paint, structural repairs (roof, floors, porches, steps, and foundations), and safety and health improvements.

Contact Info: Joyce Stevens / (402) 444-5150 ext 2018 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Other Programs

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    Lead Hazard Control Program

    Brochure         Folleto

 

  Lead poisoning, whether caused by lead-based paint or other sources of lead, have a profound negative effect on the human body, and children under the age of six are especially vulnerable. The Lead Paint Hazard Control Program eliminates lead-based paint hazards and other lead-related hazards from single-family and multi-family residences.  This includes remediation of both exterior and interior lead-paint hazards.

Contact Info: Sarah Frederick / (402) 444-5150 ext 2028 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

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   Emergency Repair Program

   Brochure

 

Corrects critical repairs that threaten the health, safety, and welfare of very-low-income households. Critical repairs include heating systems in winter, electrical problems associated with electrical service on the exterior, replacement of faulty water heaters, and repair of exterior water service lines.

Contact Info: (402) 444-5150 ext 8577 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Energy Conservation-Healthy Homes Program

    Brochure         Folleto

 

Identifies and makes minor repairs that increase the energy efficiency and provides healthy home improvements. Repairs and improvements can include attic insulation, weather-stripping, LED light bulbs, CO/smoke detectors, handrails, and wooden stair repair. (East of 72nd Street Only)

Contact Info: Wyatt Tuell / (402) 444-5150 ext 2022 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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    Handyman Program

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  Provides minor repair and maintenance services for Omaha single-family homeowners age 60 and over. Download the brochure for a list of typical repairs.

Contact Info: Ed Woodcook / (402) 444-5219 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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    Barrier Removal Program

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  Operated by the League of Human Dignity, the Barrier Removal Program modifies home entrances and bathrooms to make them more accessible for people with disabilities.  Typical modifications include wheelchair ramps and lifts, stair lifts, roll-in showers, grab bars, and door widenings.

Contact Info: Doug Rourke / (402) 595-1256 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Omaha Housing Rehabilitation and Healthy Homes Resource Guide

View our Omaha Housing Rehabilitation and Healthy Homes Resource Guide. This resource guide gives information on programs that can help make a home healthier through home rehabilitation, repairs, funding, and more. The resource guide gives a program's services, eligibility requirements, and service area. Program information is updated periodically.

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