Critical Home Repair Program

Is Your Home Working for You?

Habitat volunteer teams help existing homeowners decrease energy costs and complete other improvements to make homes more affordable, safer and healthier. Elderly/disabled homeowners are helped with much needed repairs and modifications to improve mobility and independence. These changes make it possible for our older mid coast residents to continue to live where they want to be, at home.

To Participate You Need To:

  • Own your own home or live in a home owned by someone in your family.
  • Live in Lincoln or Sagadahoc County, or the towns of Harpswell or Brunswick in Cumberland County.
  • Have an annual income that is up to 80% of the Area Median Income for your county.

To Apply for Assistance:

Contact 207-504-9332 or email
Or click below for the application and guidelines

Basic Weatherizing

Buttoning up your home can help prevent heat loss, reduce heating expenses and make you feel more comfortable. Installing weather stripping, door sweeps, blocking leaks around the foundation and using our custom built interior window inserts are some of the ways we help homeowners stay warmer and cut costs.

Critical Home Repairs

Homeowners can have home repair needs that are difficult to address. Necessary repairs can be related to deferred maintenance, damage to areas of a home, or materials wearing out over time. Catching up with these needs can be a real challenge, expensive, and the tasks may be beyond a homeowner’s ability to fix on their own. Habitat’s volunteer teams can help!

Home Modifications

Habitat and our volunteers are helping older and disabled homeowners to remain in their own homes. Habitat is partnering with mid coast communities to provide this help. Work completed for homeowners improves safety, mobility, accessibility and independence. Habitat provides funding for materials, and support for our volunteer teams who complete the work.

Home Repairs and Improvements

Customized plans are developed with each homeowner to address their priority home repair and modification needs.

  • Repairing/building new stairs
  • Installing ramps
  • Basic weatherizing, keeps homes warmer/more efficient
  • Addressing moisture issues
  • Changing doorknobs
  • Improvements to flooring
  • Fixing doors & windows
  • Gutters
  • Installing grab bars
  • Installing handrails
  • Improving lighting
  • Changing faucets

Our Mission

Habitat for Humanity/7 Rivers Maine creates successful homeownership opportunities for families with limited incomes by building sustainable housing, and repairing, weatherizing and modifying existing homes.


11 Elsinore Avenue.
Bath, ME 04530
Phone: (207) 504-9332


Open to the Public
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm
In Person Drop Off Donations
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am – 3:00pm
Sunday – Monday, all major holidays, and
severe snowstorms
Address: Bath Shopping Center, 1 Chandler Dr. Bath ME. 04530
Phone: (207) 504-9340