Rebuilding Together El Paso is partnering with different organizations as to find synergy in accomplishing each other’s missions. Many of these organizations are with proving funds, or volunteers and in various cases both.
These partnerships are :”
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), one of the longest-running programs of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, funds local community development activities such as affordable housing, anti-poverty programs, and infrastructure development. Since many years the City of El Paso supports Rebuilding together with CDBG grants and over time hundreds of homes have been repaired with these grants.
When customers shop with The Home Depot, they invite us into their homes and businesses. We are grateful for their trust and understand the responsibility that comes with it. That’s why we are committed to doing things better every day – building a great place to work for our more than 400,000 associates, constantly improving the sustainability of our products and operations, and giving back to the communities we’re proud to call our own. The Home Depot has been empowering doers since 1979. It is our hope that we will continue to empower our customers, business and planet for many years to come.As partner of Home Depot, Rebuilding Together selects the homes of veterans which need repairs in their home. Home Depot makes a budget for these repairs and Rebuilding Together apples for a grant at the Home Depot Foundation. When the grant is approved the project is launched with a team of skilled volunteers of Home Depot.
Since the ultimate goal is not just to provide temporary emergency shelter, but to transition families from Reynolds Home into their own home, the women work with the staff around a three-pronged axis: financial stability, family cohesion and wellness. Rebuilding Together has with financial support of Home Depot build a laundry room for some 12 washing and drying machines. We installed electrical supply, exhausts, did the plumbing and took care of draining.
The Opportunity Center exists for all homeless without distinction of race, ethnic origin, gender, language spoken, or, religious beliefs, and regardless of mental, drug and alcohol problems. Through direct contact with the homeless, the Center supports them to move beyond their condition if they are capable; or protects them if they cannot improve their condition in society because of emotional or psychological disorders.
Rebuilding Together supports the Opportunity Centers with home repairs and improvements.
Homewatch CareGivers® is here to be your guide when you’re no longer able to provide your loved one with the care that he or she needs. No matter how old or young your loved one is, our in-home dementia caregiver teams in El Paso have the expertise and experience to care for clients with all types of conditions. In many cases these elderly need physical support by means of grab bars and tub to shower conversions. Rebuilding Together is partnering by having some integration of administrative activities.
Area Agency for the Aging
Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are local aging programs that provide information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and those who care for
them. One of their focuses is fall prevention and Rebuilding Together received referrals to install grab bars and tub to shower conversions.
Welcome, Bienvenidos to the cyber home of Project BRAVO Inc. We strive to improve the quality of life of El Paso County’s low income families by providing crisis intervention and case management assistance aimed at long term economic self sufficiency. Project BRAVO was established in 1965 as a private IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt Corporation and is the designated Community Action Agency (CAA) for all of El Paso County. Project BRAVO is funded by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) through the Community Services Block Grant Program (CSBG) and various other funding sources.
Project provides referrals for home repairs and we are supporting them by repairing homes for which Project Bravo had received the funding.