Find what you need to know about funding home modifications.
Administration for Children & Families Office of Community Services
Administration on Developmental Disabilities
These agencies often cover children who have physical disabilities; home modification funds may be available.
Aging and Disability Resource Centers
Referrals to local funding agencies.
City Community Services Department
Check your local phone book listings.
Type home modifications into the search engine.
Locate local area agencies on aging, and obtain referrals to local funding agencies.
Independent Living Research Utilization
Information and Referral Service (I&R)
Check the community pages of the phone book to see if your community offers an I&R program to connect people in need with appropriate organizations and agencies.
National Council of State Housing Agencies
Locate a state housing finance agency
National Association of Home Builders
Check out “Funding for Home Modifications and Programs.”
National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modification
Click on your state to find funding resources for home modifications.
National Organization on Disability — Housing Access
This free home repair and modification program run by volunteers assists people with disabilities and the elderly. The program can build ramps, install grab bars, modify bathrooms, widen doorways or perform general repair. (See Home Modifications.)
RESNA Alternative Financing Loan Programs
State Departments of Vocational Rehabilitation
(Also check your telephone directory under “state listings.”)
U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
The nation’s source for housing information, the site provides tips on Fair Housing Act Accessibility Guidelines, financing resources and more.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
For an extensive look at these and other AT funding sources that can help lessen the financial burden of paying for home modifications and equipment, check out: