Priority Home Repair
Are You Eligible for our Home Repair Program?
Is your income under 60% of the Average Median Income (AMI) for your county? (see chart)
Can you demonstrate a challenging circumstance such as limited income, disability, illness, or age that prevents you from making the repairs?
Have you owned your home for at least 12 months?
NOTE: Cherryland Electric Cooperative members do not need to own their home to qualify for the Priority Home Repair program.
Are you a Cherryland Electric Cooperative member?
Cherryland Electric Cooperative announced that it is making a three-year commitment of $100,000 annually to Habitat for Humanity – Grand Traverse Region to fund the Priority Home Repair program aimed at repairing low-income homes in need of weatherization improvements in the Grand Traverse region.
If you are a Cherryland Electric Cooperative member living in Grand Traverse, Kalkaska or Leelanau counties, you may be eligible to receive Priority Home Repair funds for building envelope repairs (i.e. roof, insulation, windows, and doors) in both mobile and stick-built homes.
Apply for Priority Home Repair
PLEASE NOTE: The form below will open in your web browser. To be able to electronically sign the form, download it to your computer and open it with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
When you have completed and electronically signed the application, save it with a new name and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Email your completed application
Mail the completed application to
Habitat - Grand Traverse Region
P.O. Box 5412
Traverse City, MI 49696
Drop off the completed application
Habitat - ReStore
2487 Rice Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
Please enclose the application in a sealed Envelope.
The ReStore is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am - 4pm.
Request an application by mail.
phone: 231-941-4663 x. 321
Habitat for Humanity Grand Traverse Region is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in our communities. Through our Home Repair Program, we partner with low-income homeowners who live in the Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, and Leelanau counties to make exterior and interior home repairs that alleviate critical health, life, and safety issues.