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Emergency Home Repairs for Low-Income Homeowners


 In August of 1993, we began repairing the homes of low-income home owners with the help of volunteer groups  from local churches. A year later, the program assumed the Emergency Home Repair Program for the Community Development Department, City of Fayetteville.


Over 25 years later, and presently, The Nehemiah Project partners with the Re-Store Warehouse, local contractors, agencies and numerous churches to serve our clients' needs and has become a vital resource for this community’s elderly and low-income population. With the help of licensed and fully insured contractors the project/program ensures that our low-income home owners are housed in safe and comfortable living conditions with each repair executed. Each year, the program will assist approximately 50-100 home owners. 

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