It is estimated that more than 4.3 million veterans have a combined family income of less than $20,000, making it difficult to provide for the necessary repairs to a family home. Additionally, the majority of the 23 million veterans living in the U.S. have reached the age of retirement and will soon live on an even smaller, fixed income.

Rebuilding Together’s Veterans Home Repairs program was created to meet the growing needs of veterans from past and present wars. We fill the gaps in modifications and repair services that retired and active service men and women struggle to meet free of charge for service recipients. RTMD’s goal is to provide safe and accessible housing for all low-income veterans in Miami-Dade County.

Home provides stability. And that word, stability, is a big word. It’s bigger than it sounds because there are so many people in america who don’t have a place to call home. I’m blessed and I won’t take it for granted.


Am I Eligible for Services?

Eligible homeowners meet the following requirements:

  • Household income must meet Miami-Dade HUD income limits. Click here to see if your income qualifies

  • Property must be an owner occupied, single family home; homeowner cannot own additional properties or receive income from rental properties. Mobile homes, manufactured homes, condos, townhouses, and apartments are not eligible at this time

  • Applicant has owned and resided in home for a minimum of two years

  • Applicant must be current with all local taxes and mortgage payments

  • Applicant must not have a reverse mortgage or liens on the property

  • A background check will be conducted and criminal record will be taken into consideration. Sex offenders and homeowners with violent crimes are not eligible

Our work is funded by a variety of corporate sponsors, individual donors, organizations, and government entities. Thanks to their generosity, all home repairs and modifications are offered free of charge for qualified homeowners.

For more information about our programs and services, please email or call 305.200.5711.


Help us achieve our vision of safe homes and communities for everyone.