Our Program Is Growing

With your support, we can help 100 limited-income families a year remain rooted in a firm foundation. To reach our goal of more than doubling the number of repairs completed annually by 2023, Critical Home Repair (CHR) must:

  • Increase staffing
  • Purchase additional equipment
  • Increase volunteer base

How To Help

Register To Volunteer For Critical Home Repair

Help A Neighbor In Need

Critical Home Repair (CHR) helps low-income homeowners who struggle to maintain their homes due to limitations related to income, age, disability, or other circumstances. Through CHR, homeowners are able to work side-by-side with Central Oklahoma Habitat to restore their home with pride and dignity. The program brings together volunteers who put their values to work helping homeowners in need. The end result is homes that are safe and maintained, homeowners who are able to continue to occupy their homes, and renewed neighborhoods.

Repairs include:

  • Exterior and interior painting
  • Minor roof repair
  • Installation of ramps and grab bars
  • Minor structural repairs
  • Caulk, seal, repair or replace windows and doors
  • Additional insulation
  • Weatherization

Homes are selected for Critical Home Repair partnership based on greatest need, availability of resources, and on the ability of volunteers to help complete the project.

Regular Hours
Weekdays*: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00am – 3:00pm
*We work Thursday through Saturday, but can accommodate groups on another day with advance notice.

About Financial Donations

Critical Home Repair projects typically cost approximately $2,500. Your gift will mean a world of difference for a limited income family living in unsafe, unhealthy, and/or unaffordable conditions. Please consider donating as an individual, with your church, corporate group, or civic organization. All monies received from donations to the Critical Home Repair program go directly to the cost of materials and any contract labor necessary to repair and revitalize eligible homes.

Our Program Is Growing

With your support, we can help 100 limited-income families a year remain rooted in a firm foundation. To reach our goal of more than doubling the number of repairs completed annually by 2023, Critical Home Repair (CHR) must:

  • Increase staffing
  • Purchase additional equipment
  • Increase volunteer base

How To Help

Register To Volunteer For Critical Home Repair

Help A Neighbor In Need

Critical Home Repair (CHR) helps low-income homeowners who struggle to maintain their homes due to limitations related to income, age, disability, or other circumstances. Through CHR, homeowners are able to work side-by-side with Central Oklahoma Habitat to restore their home with pride and dignity. The program brings together volunteers who put their values to work helping homeowners in need. The end result is homes that are safe and maintained, homeowners who are able to continue to occupy their homes, and renewed neighborhoods.

Repairs include:

  • Exterior and interior painting
  • Minor roof repair
  • Installation of ramps and grab bars
  • Minor structural repairs
  • Caulk, seal, repair or replace windows and doors
  • Additional insulation
  • Weatherization

Homes are selected for Critical Home Repair partnership based on greatest need, availability of resources, and on the ability of volunteers to help complete the project.

Regular Hours
Weekdays*: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00am – 3:00pm
*We work Thursday through Saturday, but can accommodate groups on another day with advance notice.

About Financial Donations

Critical Home Repair projects typically cost approximately $2,500. Your gift will mean a world of difference for a limited income family living in unsafe, unhealthy, and/or unaffordable conditions. Please consider donating as an individual, with your church, corporate group, or civic organization. All monies received from donations to the Critical Home Repair program go directly to the cost of materials and any contract labor necessary to repair and revitalize eligible homes.