Programs

Rebuilding Together is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization working to preserve affordable home ownership and revitalize neighborhoods by providing critical home repair and modification services to those in need at no cost to homeowners. Our affiliate has served Silicon Valley’s senior homeowner community for over 20 years by addressing critical safety and accessibility improvements that enable our clients to live Warm, Safe and Independent within their homes. Learn more about our Rebuilding Day and Safe At Home programs by following the appropriate links below.

RTSV Volunteers at Work

Our home repair programs aims to alleviate critical health, life, and safety issues. Qualified and selected homeowners receive a variety of home repair services specific to their needs and our available resources. To find out if you qualify and how to apply, download the application in English, Spanish, Vietnamese or Chinese. For more information, contact us at 408-578-9519.

Please Note:

Resources are limited, and applications will be reviewed on a first come, first served basis. Applications are accepted year-round, however that does not guarantee acceptance.

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Applications are accepted throughout the year with projects completed as funds and volunteers become available. Participant selection is based on the financial need of the homeowner and the condition of the home. However, funding is limited and not all qualified applicants will be selected.

House Sharing Program

Do you have a vacant room in your home that you have thought about renting, but are unsure about how to find the right person? The County of Santa Clara’s House Sharing Program wants to hear from you! The program is operated by Catholic Charities and matches people who have underutilized homes with individuals living and working in Santa Clara County seeking affordable housing options. The program helps to arrange housing partnerships between members of the community such as, seniors, people on a fixed income, veterans, working individuals, transitional youth and students. To learn more about the program, visit www.catholiccharitiesscc.org, or download this brochure.