What We Do
Rebuilding Together Saratoga County provides critical home repair and accessibility modification services for low-income homeowners in Saratoga County.
We focus our resources on those in the community who are most vulnerable:
Older adults, allowing them to age in place and live safely in their homes;
Individuals living with a disability, ensuring they can live independently;
Families with children, improving their quality of life; and
Active and retired members of the Armed Services.
Our services are provided at no cost to the homeowner and ensure families can remain in the homes and communities they love.
Who We Help
In order to qualify for Rebuilding Together Saratoga County services:
The house must be owned by the applicant and be their primary residence;
The household income must meet HUD’s guidelines for low-income; and
The household must include older adult(s), a person living with disabilities, a veteran or a parent/guardian with child(ren) 18 years or under living in the home.
RTSC does not discriminate against, nor exclude from participation, any applicant for assistance on the ground of their race, color, religion (creed), age, disability, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, citizenship status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
How to Apply
To access Rebuilding Together Saratoga County services, homeowners must first fill out a Homeowner Application
and submit it to our office. You can download the application using the icon to the right or contact our office at
518-587-3315 to have a copy of the application sent to you.
You will receive a letter by mail when your application has been received and you will be placed on our waiting list
until funding becomes available.
Depending on the scope of your home repair project and the funding we have available, volunteers and/or paid contractors will be used to perform the work needed.
If you have any questions or need assistance filling out the application, please call our office at 518-587-3315 or email Michelle at Michelle@RTSaratoga.org.
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