For more information about any program, call 816.931.0027.​

​Minor Home Repair provides safety and security repair services to help low-income seniors and disabled individuals live safely in their own home and maintain their independence. Repairs are made by a team of skilled volunteers, and materials are purchased with donations

Examples of minor home repairs include:

  • Wheelchair ramps
  • Installation of safety lights, locks, railings, grab bars, smoke detectors
  • Repair of broken steps, doors, floors or retaining walls
  • Basic weatherization

The Minor Home Repair program serves homeowners in areas of Kansas City, Missouri (south of the river) and areas of Kansas City, Kansas. 

Those wishing to receive Minor Home Repair services must:

1. Own the home,

2. Have a household income of 150% of the Federal Poverty Line or below,

3. Be elderly and/or disabled. 

Homeowners or case managers may call 816.931.0027 to review whether they might qualify or to schedule an intake appointment.


Providing a safer home environment for elderly or disabled neighbors, allowing them to remain in their homes.