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Program Description

The Emergency Home Repair (E.H.R.) program is a grant to improve the safety and habitability of a home for qualified homeowners within the City of Bloomington jurisdiction.

A grant of up to $7,500 is available for an owner-occupied home and up to $3,500 for an owner-occupied mobile home. Funds are available to respond to needed repairs with the goal of restoring the health and safety of a home. For example, the EHR program has helped many households replace a leaking roof and interior water leak damages, install a new furnace or water heater, address electrical and plumbing issues, and repair structural damages.

General Program Requirements

  • Applicant's home must be located within the Bloomington city limits.
  • The home must be owner-occupied.
  • Repairs must be within program funding guidelines.
  • Applicant's income must be 60% or less of the Area Median Income (AMI), adjusted by household size (income limits are subject to change):
Household Size Maximum Annual Household Gross Income
1 $37,980
2 $43,380
3 $48,780
4 $54,180
5 $58,560
6 $62,880
7 $67,200
8 $71,520

Applying for the Program

  • Please Call HAND at 812-349-3401 with any questions about the application and process.
  • Applications can be filled out and submitted electronically here. An account will need to be created to submit the information requested.