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Overwhelmed with home repairs? You've come to the right place.


The public application cycle for our Repair Programs are currently closed while projects are underway for our latest qualified applicants. However, we are here to help! Please email to discuss your repair needs, learn more about Rebuilding Together's program eligibility, and to get connected to other resources that might be able to help! Information about applying to our programs will be posted as soon as program funding becomes available. Keep checking back for the most up-to-date information.    

Our team can only meet with applicants by appointment, as we cannot accept walk-ins. Please email or call (352) 373-2573 to get connected to someone who can review your case.

In the meantime, please visit this page to learn more about our programs.

*Information below for informational purposes only as eligibility varies from case to case.


To qualify, applicants must:

  • Live in Alachua County
  • Own their home, with property taxes current
  • Have clear deed to the property
  • Meet the income guidelines (see below for the 2022 guidelines)
  • Complete the application during the open cycle
  • Provide proper documentation including:
    • ID for each person living in the home (examples include copies of: Photo ID, birth certificate, school documents, or Social Security card)
    • Verification of each income source

Household Income Guidelines by Family Size

Please refer to the chart below for the income guidelines, based on the 2021 HUD Average Median Income Limits for Alachua County.

Household income guidelines by family size

If you have any questions regarding our processes, please feel free to contact our office at (352)373-2573.


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