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Home Weatherization and Healthy Homes
Home Weatherization and Health Homes

Home repairs or improvements.

Our Northwest Community Action Center’s Weatherization and Healthy Homes program assists low-income families who need home repairs or improvements for the sake of safety or energy-efficiency.

Home Weatherization and Healthy Homes

Keeping your family warm and safe at home is an important part of keeping them healthy. The Northwest Community Action Center’s Weatherization and Healthy Homes program can help if your house needs some work. Weatherization services are available to Lower Yakima Valley people whose houses need improvements to keep out the cold. The Healthy Homes program makes sure your house meets basic health and safety standards to prevent injuries and keep your family healthy.

We can help low-income families whose homes need repairs or fixes to make them safer and more energy-efficient. The program is open to households in these ZIP codes:

  • 98920 Brownstown
  • 98921 Buena
  • 98930 Grandview
  • 98932 Granger
  • 98933 Harrah
  • 98935 Mabton
  • 98938 Outlook
  • 98939 Parker
  • 99350 Prosser
  • 98944 Sunnyside
  • 98948 Toppenish
  • 98951 Wapato
  • 98952 White Swan
  • 98953 Zillah


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Home repairs and improvements.

  • Help in reducing heat loss in your home
  • Lower energy bills
  • Healthier houses and apartments
  • Better health for people in your household who have special health needs
  • Less chance of slipping, tripping, or falling at home
  • An energy analysis of your house
  • Attic insulation and venting
  • Wall insulation
  • Heating duct insulation
  • Water heater and water pipe insulation
  • Weatherstripping and caulking
  • Draft or energy reduction fixes
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Health and safety measures
  • Minor home repairs
Contact the Program

What to bring to your appointment.

  • Your most recent energy bill or proof of address.
  • Proof of Social Security number for all adults living in your home. (Your Social Security card or a letter from the Social Security Administration will work.)
  • Current ID with date of birth for the primary applicant. It’s best if all adults in the house can provide ID, too
  • A Social Security card, birth certificate, or passport for anyone over 18 living on your home
  • Proof of income for all adults in your house for the last three months before your appointment. Any of these will help:
    • Pay stubs dating back three months before your appointment
    • A Social Security award letter (including SSA, SSI, SSDI, and SSP)
    • Proof of pensions or retirement income, such as an award letter from this year or bank deposit statements
    • Any documents about child support, unemployment, caretaker income (COPES), self-employment, or 1099 income
  • Any unemployed adult who had no income must fill out a “No Income Statement”

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