Resources to Help You IMPROVE & MAINTAIN YOUR HOME
Housing Resource Center (612-722-7141): Free housing services to Richfield residents including:
- Construction Consultation
- Resource referrals
- Home improvement loans
- Home buyer assistance
- Accessibility modification consultations
- Consultations on health and safety issues
A Brush With Kindness (612-788-8169): CLOSED FOR 2016 A volunteer-based program of Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity that paints and repairs homes for under-resourced homeowners who need assistance to do necessary work.
H.O.M.E. (Household & Outside Maintenance for the Elderly) (952-888-5530): Provides housekeeping and indoor maintenance services, as well as outdoor maintenance services (e.g., shoveling, mowing) for a sliding scale fee based on ability to pay. See brochure here.
Neighborhood Development Alliance (NeDA) (651-292-0131): Provides services to Spanish-speaking households throughout the metro area. Financial Counseling, Foreclosure Prevention Counseling, and Home Improvement loans also available. Ofrecemos una serie de servicios de asesoría de vivienda y finanzas a la población latina en el área metropolitana.
Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin County (CAPSH) (952-933-9639): Offers services to lower-income households and individuals through outreach in:
- Energy Assistance Programs
- Homeownership Services
- Food Support
- Free Tax Assistance
- Legal Services
- Employment Counseling
- Financial Counseling
Remodeling Plan book for Cape Cods & Ramblers is available for purchase $5 (resident), $15 (non-resident). Call 612-861-9760.
Green Remodeling Plan Book developed by the Roseville HRA and Family Housing Fund. This comprehensive home improvements guide helps you consider energy savings and sustainability.