HARRISBURG – Gov. Josh Shapiro paid a visit to some Dauphin County homeowners to see firsthand how their home will be improved through the Whole-Home Repairs Program. During the visit, Shapiro shared how his proposed 2024-25 budget invests $50 million for the program to continue providing direct assistance to homeowners and keep more families in their homes. The Whole-Home Repairs Program gives grants to low and moderate-income homeowners for essential home repairs, safety measures, and resident accessibility, as well as energy efficient upgrades including heating and insulation. The program also offers loans to small landlords to enable them to provide safe, affordable housing units to tenants. Program allocations are made to local county governments or nonprofits which distribute the grants or loans to qualifying applicants. Persons can go directly to pa.gov/wholehomerepairs for information on how to apply in your home county.