Veterans Home Rehabilitation Program
The White Mountain Apache Housing Authority Veterans Home Rehabilitation Program was established in 2012, designed to assist White Mountain Apache veterans who are honorable discharged from the military, lives on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, who owns his/her own home, and must meet the eligibility requirements.
The program allows honorably discharged veterans to apply for the opportunity to have their home renovated and brought up to code at no cost to them or their family. Their home must be in poor condition and require home rehabilitation or repairs.
- Applicant must be a member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe
- Honorable Discharge of the United States Military (all branches of the military)
- Applicant must be Homeowner and reside in their home, located within the Fort Apache Indian Reservation
- Must be Head of Household
- Applicant must meet the NAHASDA Income Guideline
Currently, the Veterans Home Rehabilitation Program has served eighteen (18) veterans homes and one (1) new build for our veteran. In the past years we were only able to assist with 1-2 rehabs a year. Just last year we were able to do five (5) rehabs and one (1) new build in process. The impact on the community is apparent in the number of volunteers who come and help with demolition and construction cleanup during the projects.
WMAHA Veterans Home Rehabilitation Program’s main goal is to assist the veterans to be able to live in a safe and healthy environment.
Completed, Living Room Completed, Kitchen
Completed, Hallway Completed, Kitchen