Rebuilding Together NYC provides accessibility modifications for low-income elderly and/or disabled veterans or recipients of Medicaid, so that they may remain in their homes or return from institutional care. Examples of modifications include wheelchair ramps and lifts, stair glides, handrails, grab bars, and ADA compliant bathrooms.
Before beginning and application, please take a look at the eligibility requirements here.
Our Community Center Renovations program helps nonprofits better serve their members, encourages residents to invest in their neighborhoods, and makes New York City communities safer, healthier, and more vibrant. Project examples include interior community center renovations, murals, landscaping, construction of raised beds, and more.
Workforce development is central to Rebuilding Together NYC’s mission to preserve affordable housing and build sustainable communities. As experts in the construction industry, we provide training and professional development opportunities through our economic development initiatives.
Spanish application available upon request.
Income guidelines based on the 80% of area's median income level help determine eligibility for Rebuilding Together NYC's programs
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