The Eviction Diversion Program is administered by Legal Aid of North Carolina, and provides legal representation to low-income residents of Durham who are facing eviction. The goal of the Eviction Diversion Program is to help clients avoid eviction judgements and, when possible, to enable clients to remain in their current homes.
Funded by the City of Durham and facilitated by Habitat for Humanity of Durham, the Minor Repair Program is intended to help Durham low-income homeowners. The purpose of the Minor Repair Program is to correct substandard housing conditions which pose an imminent threat to life, safety, or accessibility. The goals of this Program are to protect Durham's current affordable housing stock and allow Durham residents to remain in their homes safely.
Funded by the City of Durham and facilitated by Habitat for Humanity of Durham, the Substantial Rehabilitation Program provides housing rehabilitation services to low and moderate income homeowners. Homeowners may receive up to $35,000 to repair major systems including: plumbing, electrical, heating & air conditioning, etc. Funding is not intended for cosmetic repairs.