Safe at Home
Rebuilding Together Metro Denver’s Safe at Home Program provides no-cost home health and safety repairs for low-income homeowners. Most of these repairs are fairly simple and inexpensive, but out of reach for our homeowners, with average incomes under $1,400 a month. Safe at Home removes safety hazards and allows our neighbors to age-in-place and retain their largest asset, their home.
Safe at Home is a new delivery system, building upon 17 years of Rebuilding Together Metro Denver home repair programs. Safe at Home will prevent low-income homeowners from waiting on a long list for their repair needs.
Safe at Home is a year-round program, staffed by a contracted handy person and volunteer repair crew. Safe at Home augments our traditional Emergency Home Repair Program and Rebuilding Days, more than tripling our reach and impact.
Safe at Home Repairs
- Repair/replace locks on exterior doors
- Install new smoke alarms/replace batteries
- Install CO alarm
- Install Class ABC fire extinguisher
- Install non-slip tread in baths
- Install handheld showerhead
- Install shower chair
- Install grab bars
- Repair/replace/install interior handrails
- Replace burnt out light bulbs
- Install night lights or stick up lights for areas with no light fixtures
- Repair small faucet leaks or replace faucets
- Small plumbing repairs
- Repair running or leaking toilets
To be eligible for our Safe at Home program, homeowners must:
- Reside in the seven-county Denver Metro Area
- Own your own home
- Live on a low income
- Be either over age 60, a veteran, or be living with a disability or be a caregiver to someone living with a disability