“Restore did a real good job,” Charles said. “I am completely pleased and thankful for everything they did for me.”
Starting Friday, Jan. 31, Restore Louisiana will provide homeowner assistance services on an as-needed basis in the Hammond, Lafayette and Monroe areas, as the following program locations will permanently close: Tangipahoa Parish Library in Hammond, Lafayette Public Library in Lafayette, University of Louisiana Monroe in Monroe.
The Baton Rouge Housing Assistance Center is not affected and will continue to provide in-person homeowner assistance Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Homeowners are encouraged to call their case managers to schedule appointments and confirm meeting locations. For more information, read the update.
Program stats are updated on a weekly basis and are rounded to the nearest ten.
Grant awards offered to17,580
Restore Louisiana’s policy is to replace, not rehabilitate/repair, flood-damaged mobile home units to best serve the long-term housing needs of flood-affected citizens and protect homeowners from potential future environmental health hazards. Watch this video to learn more!
The Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program uses a formula based on economy-grade materials which incorporates the cost of completed repairs, remaining repairs, and duplication of benefits to calculate your grant award. This video explains the process in detail and provides a few example calculations for various situations. Watch to learn more!