Explore opportunities to fund a ramp that you’d like Wheelchair Ramp Accessibility Program to build, such as:
• Aging Services provides services to support older adults who wish to continue living independently as possible. They offer support for individuals over 60 years old who meet their qualifications for financial help.
• The Iowa Able Foundation provides loans with flexible terms to help Iowans with disabilities, their families, and older Iowans increase their independence.
• Local organizations provide support to youth with disabilities; such as Kiwanis Clubs and Corridor Goes Casual for Kids!
• The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers a Health Related Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) grant to help disabled Veterans fund home improvements.
• There are federal waiver programs that provide services to help individuals to remain in their own home. Waivers exist for elderly individuals, persons with disabilities, and children and young adults. You can work with your caseworker to find a waiver that fits your needs.
• Many disease-specific organizations provide support resources.
• Family and friends, faith-based organizations and community-based organizations may also be able to help.
Please try to determine how you will be paying for the materials prior to applying to the WRAP program. If you need help finding additional services, contact us.