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Hurricane Recovery Program

Habitat’s Hurricane Recovery Program is designed for low-income earning residents who own their homes in Lee County. The program covers the cost of rebuilding the homes of eligible homeowners to make them whole. Examples of repairs may include but are not limited to roof repair or replacement, siding, drywall, painting, windows and doors.


Eligibility Requirements

Please be advised that this does not include all requirements for this program and it is subject to change at anytime at the direction of program administrators.

Property owner(s) must be listed as applicant or co-applicant.

Home must be the principal residence.

Household must meet income guidelines. These limits are based on the household income of all residents 18 years and older.

An eligible homeowner must have owned the home pre-Hurricane Ian and the damage(s) to the home must be caused by Hurricane Ian.

Take the first step by completing the Hurricane Recovery Program Contact Form:


Application and Program Questions


Hurricane Recovery News:

Homeowner StoryHurricane Recovery
March 12, 2024

Making a home whole again

The memory of experiencing Hurricane Ian is still raw for Eddie Mae. “There were tears in my eyes like there are now from just thinking about what we went through,”…
Hurricane RecoveryNews
March 2, 2023

Building hope after Hurricane Ian

Left: The roof damage on Jametria's home from Hurricane Ian. Right: Jametria at the Habitat Admin Office when she selected the color of her shingles for her roof replacement as…
Building TogetherFundraisingHurricane RecoveryNews
November 29, 2022

Giving Tuesday: Double Your Impact

Dear Habitat Friends, As we begin preparing for the holidays, putting up our Christmas trees and buying gifts for loved ones, this Christmas looks different for families affected and displaced…