True to our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live, Sierra Vista Area Habitat partners with our neighbors to build strong and stable communities.
While new home construction continues to play a vital role in Habitat’s work, additional tools including home repairs and other services that allow Habitat to serve even more families and communities.
Through this effort, neighborhoods become vibrant, safe and inviting places to live for current and future residents. Thanks to the hard work of engaged citizens, partnerships with civic and business groups, and a renewed community spirit, we are able to respond to community aspirations and empower residents to revive their neighborhoods and enhance their quality of life.
Your business, community group or faith community can volunteer or sponsor a home repair or neighborhood partnership project. These projects will improve the lives of families through services such as:
By creating affordable homeownership opportunities for families in and around Tucson, we are building a stronger future for families and neighbors alike.
Habitat Tucson builds new, high-quality, affordable homes that bring value to Tucson neighborhoods. Habitat has constructed over 400 safe and stable homes in Southern Arizona.
Habitat partners with existing homeowners to address the need for interior and exterior repairs on aging or damaged homes. This may include minor appearance upgrades to accessibility renovations, with a goal to address health and safety concerns.
We have a commitment to serving our nation’s heroes and veteran neighbors by providing home repairs and homeownership opportunities.
Age in Place
Habitat Tucson offers assistance to our senior community members when home repairs become a physical or monetary challenge. Repairs are intended to ensure safety and stability and allow our neighbors to live comfortably for years to come.
By improving the appearance of neighborhoods with the help of volunteer groups, we have the ability to create lasting change for many neighbors.
Local nonprofits can utilize the ReStore to help keep unwanted items from the landfill.