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Organization: Habitat for Humanity - Greater Ottawa - Habitat GO  
Phone Numbers: 613-749-9950 * Habitat ReStore East 613-744-7769 * Habitat ReStore West 613-225-8400
Fax: 613-749-8991
Email: kharold@habitatgo.com
Website: www.habitatgo.com
Address:
768 Belfast Rd
Ottawa, ON
K1G 0Z5
Intersection: St. Laurent Blvd and Belfast Rd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Sat 9 am-5:30 pm * Sun 12 noon-5 pm
Executives: Alexis Ashworth - Chief Executive Officer
613-749-9950 ext 222 * aashworth@habitatncr.com
Bob Ridley - Chair, Board of Directors
Contacts: Nancy Currie - Family Services Manager
613-749-9950 ext 225 * community@habitatgo.com
Kristin Harold - Director of Engagement
613-749-9950 ext 224 * kharold@habitatgo.com
Service Description: Volunteers and community partners work together to build affordable housing and promote home ownership in partnership with low income working families.

The Habitat ReStore: Retail outlet open to the public that sells donated new and used home renovation materials. There are two locations in Ottawa: 768 Belfast Rd, 613-744-7769 and 7 Enterprise Rd, 613-225-8400 * accepts donations of new and gently used building materials, pop can recycling program, accepts electronic waste

Meeting: Monthly committee meetings
Fees: Ability to repay an interest-free mortgage * work 500 hours (sweat equity) on the building of their own home and other Habitat NCR homes and activities.
Application: Call the Habitat for Humanity NCR office to get your name on the list for the next Information Session. Application forms are distributed at the Housing Information Sessions only. A Family Selection Committee chooses potential homeowners based on their need.
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Canadian citizen or landed immigrant 18 years and older * present housing does not meet the family's needs, may be in poor shape, too costly, unhealthy, unsafe, too small, etc. * working with a steady income, but unable to afford or obtain a conventional mortgage and the total family income before taxes is more than approximately $26,000 but less than the low-income limits as required by Revenue Canada per family size.
Age: 18.00 years and older
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: French reception and programs offered
Area(s) Served:
Ottawa (City of)  
See Also: Affordable Housing
Housing Referral and Rights

This information was last completely updated on March 10, 2017

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