Please visit the Block Clubs page for additional information.
0% Home Repair Loan
The Detroit 0% Home Repair Loans Program offers 0% interest loans from $5,000 to $25,000 to help Detroit homeowners invest in and repair their homes – promoting public health and safety, increasing property values and helping residents secure and maintain homeowner’s insurance.
Detroit Home Mortgage
With Detroit Home Mortgage, qualified borrowers can get a mortgage for up to $75,000 above the appraised value of a home to buy a move-in-ready home, buy a fixer-upper home to renovate, or refinance to repair the home they already own.
For more information, please visit Detroit Home Mortgage.
Green and Healthy Homes
GHHI Detroit-Wayne County is comprised of nearly 50 partner organizations dedicated to creating green, healthy and safe homes for children and families in Detroit and Wayne County. These partners are implementing a cost-effective and integrated approach to healthy housing interventions by aligning, braiding and coordinating resources for health, safety, and energy efficiency.
For more information, please visit Green and Healthy Homes.
Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency’s mission is to empower low-income people and strengthen communities throughout Wayne County. This organization brings together a multitude of partners to offer many services including foreclosure prevention, help paying rent and utility bills, financial literacy, homeless prevention and much more. Contact the call center at (313) 388-9799.
For more information, please visit Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency.
Residents in the Fitzgerald Project Area who are interested in purchasing sidelots should contact the Detroit Land Bank Authority at (313) 974-6869.
For more information, please visit the Detroit Land Bank Authority.
The Civic Commons Community Catalyst (C4) Program is an initiative of the Detroit Reimagining the Civic Commons Team to support civic engagement and community participation in neighborhood development. The C4 program will support resident participation in the planning and implementation process for the Civic Commons initiative and to develop and launch their ideas and pilot projects through a mini-grant program.
Community members are invited to apply for a one-year role (with the opportunity to renew in future years) and assist with community engagement and outreach in the neighborhood. By attending bi-weekly meetings, participating residents will have the opportunity to meet and strategize with the City, Detroit Collaborative Design Center, Live6 and other local non-profit and for-profit partners. Mini-grants up to $1,000 will be awarded to participating residents to support projects or goals in the community.
For more information, please view the flyer.