Home Repairs

THDA provides funding for home repairs for low- and very low- income, elderly, disabled and special needs Tennesseans through the Tennessee Housing Trust Fund's Emergency Repair Program (ERP)

Emergency Repair Program

To correct, repair, or replace an essential system and/or critical structural problem that poses an immediate danger to life, safety, or health of low-income homeowners who are elderly (60+) or disabled. This is not a comprehensive home renovation program; the aim is to stabilize the homeowner's residence by making emergency repairs to insure homeowners can continue to reside safely in their homes . If you are a homeowner interested in receiving an ERP grant, please contact your local ERP agency.

Contact your local ERP agency

Home Modifications and Ramps Program

The Home Modifications and Ramps Program provides funding to construct ramps and make other home modifications to assist persons with disabilities gain better access to their homes. This program is administered statewide through United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee.