Free Home Repairs In Chattanooga

Reported by: Alisha Searl
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Updated: 1/30/2013 7:31 pm
If you need help with your home repairs, we might have some good news. 

The City of Chattanooga and a ministry called World Changers may be able to pitch in.

This home repair program allows Chattanooga residents who are at least 62-years-old or are disabled to fill out an application.

There are more requirements, so organizers encourage you to attend an upcoming workshop.

Vanessa A. Jackson, a Program Specialist, with the Department of Neighborhood Services, says, "You must be 62 years of age to be eligible for the program or you may be a disables resident of any age provided that you own the home that you live in and that you meet other eligibility requirements."

The deadline to get your application in is March 14th.

For more information on how you can apply call 423-425-3741.
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kay38 - 7/30/2013 4:51 PM
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hello my name is laura simmons.i am writing you for help for my leaks so bad in my bathroom when it rain.the mold is making my family sick.please if there is someone out their plz answer my prayer.thank you
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