CPRC understands that a safe and comfortable home is the foundation of thriving communities. That's why we are dedicated to connecting homeowners with essential assistance programs that breathe new life into residences, enhance living conditions, and promote neighborhood well-being.
Through critical partnerships, we collaborate with homeowners to address critical repairs, improve energy efficiency, and ensure that every family has a secure and nurturing environment to call home. With a focus on inclusivity and sustainable solutions, we take pride in building stronger communities, one home repair at a time.
Is the home you own and live in is in need of serious repairs?
- Does your plumbing leak?
- Is your electrical system unsafe?
- Does your roof need repairs?
- Does your heating system leave you cold?
Central Pines Regional Council administers several forgivable loan programs to maintain and repair your home.
General Eligibility Requirements
At least one member of your household must be one of the following:
- 62 years of age and up
- A Veteran
- A Recipient of Social Security or Disability Benefits
- A Child under the age of 6 exposed to lead based paint in the home
And meet the following income requirement
Gross household income must be at or below 80% of the median county income limits for Essential Single Family Rehabilitation programs, or at or below 50% for Urgent Repair programs.
Click here to verify your county household income limits.
Weatherization is the practice of protecting a building and its interior from the elements, particularly from sunlight, precipitation, and wind, and of modifying a building to reduce energy consumption and optimize energy efficiency.
Is your energy bill high? Do your doors leak? Are there gaps in your insulation? You may be eligible for weatherization services if you meet these eligibility requirements.
Applications for assistance can be placed with your county's provider below:
Chatham and Orange counties
Central Piedmont Community Action
Johnston, Lee, and Harnett counties
Johnston Lee Harnett Community Action Group
Cumberland Community Action Program
Resources For Seniors
According to AARP surveys, more than 3 out of 4 people say they hope to remain in their home or community as they age. However, age can bring some challenges with remaining safely at home or in community and help may be needed in order to make that possible.
Central Pines Area Agency on Aging maintains a comprehensive list of resources and assistance to help you remain at home.