HomeAid Northern Virginia, Builder Captain Miller & Smith, and 31 trade partners completed renovation of a three-bedroom, one and one-half bath townhome owned by New Hope Housing, just in time for a family to celebrate the holidays in their new home. The $129,000 project involved gutting and renovating the entire 1980s-era townhome from the inside out, including a new roof, windows, siding, and landscaping.
The home is dedicated to providing non-time-limited, permanent supportive housing, which means that a family—with at least one parent with a disability—will pay one-third of their income in rent while receiving case management support, for as long as they need it or until their children turn 18. New Hope Housing has a special focus on providing support to children, working to keep the family together and giving the kids as normal a life as possible.
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