• MCOP
    Housing Programs

Agency Contact

  • MCOP

  • 1140 S Telegraph Rd
    Monroe, MI 48161

  • 734.241.2775

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is responsible for bringing homeowner occupied homes up to housing quality standards. The program assists with home repairs from roof to sewer.

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The Emergency Housing Rehab program offers qualifying homeowners with one rehabilitation project on their home. Rehabilitation projects can include, but are not limited to: roofing repair/replacement, furnace repair/replacement, duct work repair/replacement, furnace repair/replacement, and well repair/replacement.

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FSS is a five-year program to help clients become self-sufficient. The goal is to get the client off assistance and have the ability to save money for a home. A client must be on a housing voucher to qualify for this program.

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IDA is a matched savings program that can be utilized for one of three choices. Start/Expand small business, post-secondary education or first time home buyer. Participants save a minimum of $20 per month.

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MCOP receives funds to assist Monroe County residents age 55 and older with Minor Home Repairs such as roof and floor repairs, minor furnace repairs, doors and more.

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The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) is a partnership between the City of Monroe, Monroe County,MSHDA, and Frenchtown Township where foreclosed homes are purchased, rehabilitated, and sold as affordable housing.

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Depending on qualification, the Rental Assistance Program can help with up to 3 months of rent. Several guidelines apply for those who qualify. It is required for individuals to fill out a state of emergency relief (SER) form through the Department of Human Services (DHS), then receive a decision notice. Individuals must have proof of income to show sustainability as well as a late notice or eviction notice.

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When funding is available, MCOP offers assistance with electric, gas and deliverable fuels, such as propane. Each utility has its own income limitations. In order to qualify for energey assistance, families must have received a shut-off notice or have a past-due balance on their account. For deliverable fuels, a family's fuel tank must be at or below 25% full. Eligibility is based on household size and income level.

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When funding is available, MCOP offers assistance with electric, gas and deliverable fuels, such as propane. Each utility has its own income limitations.

In order to qualify for energey assistance, families must have received a shut-off notice or have a past-due balance on their account. For deliverable fuels, a family's fuel tank must be at or below 25% full. Eligibility is based on household size and income level.

When funding is available, MCOP offers assistance with electric, gas and deliverable fuels, such as propane. Each utility has its own income limitations.

In order to qualify for energey assistance, families must have received a shut-off notice or have a past-due balance on their account. For deliverable fuels, a family's fuel tank must be at or below 25% full. Eligibility is based on household size and income level.

The Energy Education Class informs clients on how to reduce the cost of heating their home as well as how to save on your monthly electrical usage.

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