We are currently only accepting applications for the Lee’s Summit Home Preservation Program. All other programs in our service area have been committed and the application period has closed. Please check back to the website this fall for the new application period
Now Taking Applications for Lee's Summit Home Preservation Program!
Home Repair Request
Please Note: We do not offer emergency housing assistance or emergency home repair.
If you are in need of emergency services, please see the list below for organizations that may be able to help you.
United Way: 2-1-1
Community Services League: 816-254-4100
Homeless Hotline: 816-474-4599
Our home ownership program empowers people to buy a Habitat house with a 0% interest mortgage rate. To qualify for this program, you must exhibit:
- Need – the current living situation is unaffordable, temporary, overcrowded, unsafe, etc.
- Ability to pay – Household income for potential applicants must be in the 25-60% income level bracket or below to qualify for a mortgage (see chart below)
- Willingness to partner – agree to complete 350 hours of “sweat equity” or volunteer work
- Complete our Homeownership Preparation through Education (HOPE) Program
If you would like to be notified when our next homeownership opportunity becomes available (in 2023-2024), please provide your information here: https://trumanhabitat.org/homeownership/
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Home Preservation Program and Aging in Place
Now Taking Applications for Lee’s Summit Home Preservation Program
Aging in Place:
Aging in Place is a movement to not only enable people to age safely in their homes, but also to create an environment where older adults can continue to learn and contribute, develop relationships with people of all ages, maintain a healthy lifestyle, live independently, and receive healthcare and support services that are community-based.
Roughly 20% of the residents in Jackson County are 60 years or older and 18.5% of this population lives in poverty. Truman Heritage Habitat works with elderly residents to upgrade or restore their homes so they can continue living in their houses, be independent, and contribute to their communities.
Household income for Lee’s Summit potential applicants must be below 80% level (in chart)
2022 Kansas City Area in Jackson County HUD Median Income Limits
Critical Home Repair
Truman Heritage Habitat may be able to help with roof replacement, code violations, accessibility, and safety concerns as funding allows. If your house is in need of critical repairs, we may be able to help.
Now Taking Applications for Independence Weatherization Program
Free Weatherization Upgrades for Eligible Independence Homeowners
Independence Homeowners: Furnace, A/C, or Water Heather broken?
Need Attic Insulation or Weather Sealing? See if you Qualify for a FREE Program through IPL & Spire.
This service is available due to a grant. Thank you to our sponsors: Spire and Independence Power and Light.
- Apply today, funds are limited
- Household income qualifications (see table)
- Agree to complete 20 hours of “sweat equity” volunteering with Truman Habitat
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Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Jackson County, Missouri complies with the U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or sources of income.
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505 North Dodgion, Independence, MO 64050 - 816-461-6551
Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Jackson County, Missouri is a Christian, faith-based non-profit. However, we will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must adhere to or convert to a particular faith. Questions? Click here to send us a message.