Tornado Home Repair Assistance
What is Tornado Home Repair Assistance?
Low- and Middle-Income homeowners who are uninsured or underinsured may be eligible for assistance up to $20,000 to repair property damage caused by the Memorial Day Tornadoes. The property must be in Montgomery, Greene, Miami, or Mercer counties in Ohio, and the owner must reside in the home as the primary residence (unless the property is currently uninhabitable). Rental property is not eligible for this program.
Who is eligible for Tornado Home Repair Assistance?
You are eligible if:
- You are a homeowner in Montgomery, Greene, Miami, or Mercer counties seeking assistance to repair your primary residence (single family home)
- You are uninsured or underinsured (insurance payout was insufficient to cover the costs of the repairs)
- Your annual gross income is at or below:
How do I make an appointment?
Call 937-250-7911 to schedule an appointment.
What documentation will I need?
- Income verification (past 30 days)
- Insurance information
- FEMA case information
What if I need assistance with the purchase or construction of a new home?
If you are a homeowner in the affected counties who lost your home, you may be eligible to receive a grant of up to $20,000 towards the purchase or construction of a new home. Renters in the affected counties may also be eligible for $5,000 towards the purchase of a home. For more information, dial HelpLink 2-1-1.
Do I need to apply for assistance through FEMA first?
Yes! The deadline to return applications for physical property damage is September 3, 2019.
- Apply online at: DisasterAssistance.gov
- FEMA Helpline – (800) 621-3362
Montgomery County Office
719 S. Main Street
Dayton, OH 45402
Click here to view a list of additional Tornado Recovery resources.
If you have been displaced or know of someone how has, please view this list of properties with available units.
How to Donate
If you would like to donate to the Tornado Recovery Assistance fund, please click the donate button below. Any amount is appreciated and 100% of the funds go to helping those who have been impacted by the tornadoes.