Serving Dodge and Cuming Counties in Nebraska.
Rebuilding Together is a proud recipient of a POSITIVE PAYLOAD GRANT from AmericanTrucks who recognizes that pickups are the backbone of the American workforce, from job sites to disaster relief and everything in between. Our truck is vital to the work we do and we appreciate this generous donation to put towards the continued good care of a vital piece of equipment.
Learn more about the AmericanTrucks Positive Payload Program by clicking the button below.
If you would like information about our application process, use this email button.
To contact someone regarding emergency repairs, please use this email button.
If you would like to inquire about an application submitted before fall 2021, use this email button.
Behind every front door is a neighbor with a story. Rebuilding Together, Platte Valley East, Inc. is launching our year-end campaign, Behind Every Front Door, by sharing how important our work is for neighbors struggling with unsafe housing. Every neighbor we serve has a story of home. But what happens when home becomes a dangerous place to be?
Since 2007, thanks to donors like you, we have supported hundreds of your friends, family, and neighbors - learning about their lives and engaging in their stories - to help them stay in their homes and communities safely.
Will you make a donation to keep someone in their home and to help make it a place where good memories are made and the occupants are safe and healthy in the house they love? Click the donate button today. You can also donate by VENMO @rtpve.
At Rebuilding Together, we work hard every day to keep our most vulnerable citizens safe and healthy in their homes. Our clients must both own and reside in the home for which they are seeking assistance, and must commit to remain in their home. All clients must meet our income guidelines and provide the appropriate documentation. Currently we serve resident homeowners in Dodge and Cuming Counties in Nebraska.
The following video tells a homeowner's story.
Safe and healthy housing protects vulnerable individuals and families from harmful exposures to a variety of health and safety hazards. It makes important contributions to health by reducing exposure to allergens, chemicals, molds, and moisture. Safe housing helps to prevent falls, fires, and other home accidents. Safe and healthy housing promotes a sense of security and control and has many economic benefits to neighborhoods and communities.
Our accessibility ramp program allows our clients to enter and exit their homes safely. Ramps improve mental and physical health by providing a sense of independence, the ability to get outside and enjoy the fresh air, and the opportunity to visit friends and neighbors. Ramps are also a great way to promote volunteerism and a sense of community pride as volunteers help their neighbors lead a more independent and enjoyable life. Rebuilding Together installs and maintains the ramp at the homes of qualified individuals and then removes the ramp when no longer needed for use at another home.
Critical home repairs may include:
* Roof replacement or repair.
* Replacement of weak or unsafe floors and porches.
* Bathroom and kitchen repairs that enhance safety and accessibility.
* Critical plumbing and electrical repairs.
* A host of other situations that may result in unsafe or unhealthy living conditions.
Critical home repairs are assessed by utilizing a 25-point health and safety checklist developed in partnership between Rebuilding Together and the National Center for Safe and Healthy Housing and focuses on 8 key factors shown below.
At Rebuilding Together, Platte Valley East, we provide repairs and modifications to the homes of our area's most vulnerable low-income homeowners. The work begins with a house, but ends with giving our neighbors in need a hand-up towards hope for a happier, safer, and healthier future. Will you consider helping us accomplish this goal? We cannot exist without the help of generous donors like you. There are also many volunteer opportunities available. Find out more my clicking here.