POSTS TAGGED: "#SafeAtHome"

October 10, 2022

Neighbors like Dorette, Jacqueline and Urceline – all of whom recently received home repairs – remind me of the importance of community connection and inclusion.

September 9, 2022

Home safety modifications like grab bars might seem insignificant or simple when discussing housing solutions.

April 4, 2022

Carolyn, a devoted mother of three, moved to her home in Richmond’s Southside a decade ago to care for her parents, who have since passed.

December 12, 2021

Through our years of working with community members, we know just how much a comfortable, secure home means for good mental health and emotional resiliency.

Woman sitting in a powerchair in the living room in front of a table with yellow flowers.
December 12, 2021

Susan wanted to stay in her home and community, but Susan never envisioned getting “stuck in place."

Photo of the front of a grey house with dark shutters and four brick based pillars.
November 11, 2021

As Shirletha's health worsened, it became harder to stay active and involved. An aging house just added to the burden.

November 11, 2021

Rebuilding Together’s Training Institute took place in Philly this year, hosted by Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, and sev

August 8, 2021

Being involved with Rebuilding Together Twin Cities for more than 20 years, I’ve met many of our neighbors. When I pass houses, I always remember those we’ve repaired and the wonderful residents that live there. More than a few stories stick out to me, but the story of Marshall is probably one I will remember forever.