National Directory: Alabama

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HOME MODIFICATION IN Alabama


Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in Alabama. Search by city or keyword.

Athens, AL

CASA of Limestone County

Contact Person: Deborah McNeil, Director

Address: P.O. Box 783 Athens, Athens, AL 35612

Email Address: casalimestone@gmail.com

Phone Number: 256-777-1038

Fax: 256-233-6466

Established: 1979

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 90%

No. of Persons Served/Year: 400

No. of Paid Staff: 1

Most Common Modification: Ramps

Type of Assessment: Yes

Assessor: Director

Providers Education/Training: Yes

Funding Sources: Donations, United Way, churches, aid from State of Alabama.

Type of Services: Construction for post accident victims

Special Features: * Volunteer based * Services Limestone County; Cost to client is free.

Birmingham, AL

Home Modification Program

Contact Person: Daniel G. Kessler

Address: 206 13th St. S., Birmingham, AL 35233

Email Address: drradvocates@drradvocates.org

Phone Number: 205-251-2223

Fax: 205-251-0605

Established: 1992

Target Population: All Ages

No. of Persons Served/Year: 70

No. of Paid Staff: 1

Funding Sources: City of Birmingham Community Development

Total Budget: $200,000

Is your organization Non-Profit?: Yes

Ft. Payne, AL

Casa Of Dekalb County

Contact Person: Michael Mitchell

Address: P.O. Box 681295, Ft. Payne, AL 35968

Phone Number: 256-845-9021

Fax: 256-845-9021

Director: Michael Mitchell

Target Population: Elderly, homebound, and disabled.

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 80%

No. of Persons Served/Year: 2,000

No. of Paid Staff: 2 Paid staff and Volunteers

Most Common Modification: Ramps, and guard barriers.

Type of Assessment: Standardized forms; functional ability.

Assessor: Volunteers; director.

Funding Sources: * Fundraisers and * United Givers fund.

Special Features: * Provides means to help pay. * Provide supplies needed.

Total Budget: $52,000

Guntersville, AL

Casa Of Marshall County

Contact Person: Jean McCrady, Chairperson

Address: 1925 Gunter Avenue, Guntersville, AL 35976

Phone Number: 256-582-7119

Fax: 256-582-2922

Target Population: 55+ homebound disabled people.

No. of Persons Served/Year: 2,000

No. of Paid Staff: 3

Most Common Modification: Ramps, guard rails, and home weatherization.

Type of Assessment: Form from AARP.

Assessor: Director; volunteers.

Providers Education/Training: For volunteers, yes.

Funding Sources: State and private organizations

Total Budget: * $25,000(United Way)* $6,900(Other).

Hayneville, AL

Willow Non-Profit Housing

Contact Person:

Address: 200 Tuskeena St, Hayneville, AL 36040

Email Address: willowa@the.net.net

Phone Number: 334-548-2191

Fax: 334-548-2576

Established: 1988

Sponsor: Rural Elderly Enhancement Program

Target Population: Under 25,000

No. of Paid Staff: 6

Most Common Modification: Completion of applications for families.

Type of Assessment: Functional

Providers Education/Training: Provides counseling.

Funding Sources: Department of Labor

Special Features: Provide assistance to low-income families for affordable housing.

Total Budget: $90,000

Hoover, AL

Alabama Head Injury Foundation

Contact Person: John Gillum

Address: 3100 Lorna Road Suite 203, Hoover, AL 35216

Phone Number: 205-823-3818

Target Population: Head/spinal injury; low income, and substandard housing.

No. of Persons Served/Year: 50

No. of Paid Staff: 1

Most Common Modification: Holes in floors, plumbing, widening doors, and ramps.

Assessor: Director, Housing Coordinator, or Resource Coordinator.

Funding Sources: Trust Funds

Type of Services: Construction for post-accident victims.

Special Features: Assessment type continued:Application materials filled out; client states what they need then clients find their own contractors.

Special Features II: Waiting list is 400.

Special Features III: Statewide non-profit organization.

Huntsville, AL

Casa Of Madison County

Contact Person: Ann Anderson

Address: 701 Andrew Jackson Way., Huntsville, AL 35801

Email Address: info@casamadisoncty.org

Phone Number: 256-533-7775

Fax: 256-880-4883

Homepage/Website: http://www.casamadisoncty.org/

Established: 1979

Director: Ann Anderson

Target Population: Elderly and homebound (disabled).

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 75%

No. of Persons Served/Year: 7,000

No. of Paid Staff: 4

Most Common Modification: Grab bars, ramps, weatherization, smoke alarms.

Type of Assessment: Form for weatherizations only.

Assessor: Volunteers

Funding Sources: Individual donations

Type of Services: Modifications

Special Features: Services are free.

Montgomery, AL

Central Alabama Aging Consortium

Contact Person: Doug Singleton, Board of Director

Address: 2500 Fairlane Drive, Suite 200, Montgomery, AL 36116

Email Address: caac.info@adss.alabama.gov

Phone Number: 334-240-4680

Fax: 334-240-4681

Target Population: Elderly

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 100%

No. of Persons Served/Year: 10

Most Common Modification: Widening doors, ramps and miscellaneous.

Assessor: Care Manager

Funding Sources: Medicaid; funds pay for contracts, clients pay donations.

Special Features: Provide mainly funding, limited to $150 a person but will attempt to do the job if necessary.

Special Features II: Helps seniors over age 60 by making homes more accessible.

Cost to Client: Client pays for materials.

Division Of Rehabilitation And Homebound Services

Contact Person: Stephen K. Simpson

Address: 2129 East South Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36111

Phone Number: 334-613-3453

Established: 1976

Target Population: All ages.

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 30%

No. of Paid Staff: 24

Most Common Modification: Provides information.

Funding Sources: Federal funds

Total Budget: $600,000

Statewide Technology Access and Response Project (STAR) System for Alabamians with Disabilities

Contact Person: James Myrick, Lead Agency Program Director

Address: 602 S. Lawrence St., Montgomery, AL 36104

Email Address: tbridges@rehab.state.al.us

Phone Number: 800-499-1816

Fax: 334-293-7388

Homepage/Website: http://www.rehab.alabama.gov/individuals-and-families/star

Title III Older Americans Act

Contact Person: Elmyra Jones-Banks, Executive Director

Address: RSA Union Building 100 North Union Street, Montgomery, AL 36104

Email Address: Myra.Jones@mh.alabama.gov

Phone Number: 334-242-3973

Fax: 334-242-5594

Homepage/Website: https://www.acdd.org/

Established: 1970's

Sponsor: Department of Senior Services

Target Population: 60+ with disability

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 100%

No. of Paid Staff: 3

Most Common Modification: Grab bars and ramps.

Assessor: AAA people

Funding Sources: OAA funds

Type of Services: Minor home repairs.

Cost to Client: Free

Scottsboro, AL

Casa Of Jackson County

Contact Person: Beverly Waldrop

Address: 250 S. Broad St., Scottsboro, AL 35768

Email Address: casaofjacksoncounty@scottsboro.org

Phone Number: 256-259-3736

Fax: 256-259-3182

Target Population: The elderly.

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 80%

No. of Persons Served/Year: None served

No. of Paid Staff: 2

Most Common Modification: Ramp building and grab bars.

Type of Assessment: Observation of environment

Assessor: Director; volunteer carpenters.

Funding Sources: * Fundraising locally* Public donations * United Givers Fund

Type of Services: Miscellaneous

Special Features: Services: transportation, housekeeping, home repair, etc.

Total Budget: $50,000

South Birmingham, AL

Home Fix-It Program

Contact Person: Ralph L. Holzman, Manager

Address: 2601 Highland Avenue, South Birmingham, South Birmingham, AL 35205

Phone Number: 205-325-1416

Established: 1986

Sponsor: Jefferson County Office of Senior Citizens' Activities (AAA)

Target Population: Older homeowners

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 100%

No. of Persons Served/Year: 120

No. of Paid Staff: 1 full-time

Most Common Modification: Plumbing, Carpentry, Painting, Electrical, Yardwork

Type of Assessment: Functional/environmental

Assessor: Handyman, Social worker

Providers Education/Training: Yes

Funding Sources: Title III - Older Americans Act, Client payments

Special Features: Commissions older workers to perform modifications/repairs in return for full payment for materials and services, except for a client service fee.

Total Budget: $9,000

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