Frontier Housing Awarded $60,000 to Repair Homes for Veterans with Disabilities
Morehead, KY – Frontier Housing will repair homes for at least six veterans with disabilities and low-incomes at no cost to them over the next three years due to a new grant.
Frontier Housing will be a subrecipient of the Veterans Home Repair & Modification Pilot, a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funding program. The Coalition for Home Repair, of which Frontier Housing is a member, will manage and distribute funds to home repair nonprofits nationwide to repair homes for 80+ veterans.
Frontier Housing has committed to providing an additional $42,000 in matched and leveraged resources to fulfill the requirements of the $60,000 grant award making the total local investment $102,000.
Frontier Housing has a 48-year history of repairing homes. Making accessible home modifications for low-income veterans with disabilities aligns with our mission: Frontier improves the quality of life for individuals and families, helping them achieve long-term stability, financial independence, and generational wealth.
There is more work to be done, with 23.9 percent of Kentucky veterans living with a service connected disability. Frontier Housing looks forward to pursuing future partnerships to provide critical home repairs for veterans and their families.
Frontier Housing is the leader for affordable housing solutions in Appalachian communities in the heart of the Ohio River Valley.