The Emergency Repair Assistance program uses grant funds from several sources to complete life and safety or accessibility repairs for low-income homeowners. Since 2012, 78+ low-income homeowners have been assisted across Paducah, primarily through funding provided by the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati's Carol M Peterson Housing Fund with additional funding from the Kentucky Housing Corporation.
The LMI Homebuyer Program brings together funds from several sources to create affordable housing for creditworthy first-time homebuyers.
Helping those who can't obtain traditional financing buy a brand new home.
The Repair Affair program uses volunteer labor and local donations to purchase materials to complete smaller and/or less-skilled home repairs for low-income homeowners. In the several years prior to Covid, the program coordinated help for 25-30 households each year, bringing in volunteers who spent an average of 2,500 hours per year completing the repair work.