|Housing and Food & Prescription Programs|
Habitat for Humanity
Ken Nelson, with the City of Lawrenceburg's Codes Department, is President of Habitat for Humanity of Lawrence County. The group is working on its seventh house in Lawrenceburg.
Loans are available for Habitat for Humanity participants at 0% interest, with 400 hours of sweat equity and up to four people participating from the family. Qualified participants are low income, employed individuals with dependents. Call Ken Nelson at 762-4459 x227. Nelta McAdams, Treasurer, may be reached at 762-4770.
Tennessee Housing Development
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency's goal is to provide housing assistance to people in need, by offering a variety of programs. One program includes mortgages for first-time homebuyers, at below conventional market interest rates.
For more information, visit the THDA Website.
God's Storehouse located on 435 Franke Street. This charitable organization accepts and provides donations of money, food, clothing, and furniture for those in need. God's Storehouse also needs volunteers to work in the organization. To help or to receive help, contact Paul Ivey, Director, at 762-2766.