New River Safe Housing
A program which provides rehabilitation to dilapidated and energy inefficient homes for low income families in economically devastated rural coalfield communities, primarily in the Fayette County part of the Central Appalachian Empowerment Zone. The work ranges from substantial rehabs to weatherization, roofing, windows, doors, and insulation. It helps establish leadership and community development.
New Page Housing
With Youthbuild Communities from colleges, faith-based work camps, and global volunteers, SALS is constructing a new housing development for low income families in the former coal camp community of Page, West Virginia.
A program similar to New River Safe Housing that is primarily in the Fayette Country part of Upper Kanawha Valley Enterprise Community. It also includes work on abandoned homes obtained with tax credits through the West Virginia Neighborhood Investment Program and donations through the HUD Dollar Housing Program.
As a HOME program organization. SALS constructs homes and qualifies families for Financing through the West Virginia Housing Development Fund. Certified counselors assist families in preparing and processing their applications.
Housing Emergency Loan Program (HELP)
SALS assists income eligible families to become eligible for special loans through the West Virginia Housing Development Fund.
Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO)
As a certified CHDO, SALS is eligible to obtain funds through the West Virginia Housing Development Fund for special projects that assist the housing programs.