What We Do

Our Vision: A Smith County Where Everyone Has a Decent Place to Live

Home Ownership

Smith County Habitat for Humanity offers the dream of home ownership to those who would otherwise not be able to afford a home of their own.



The ReHabitat program performs critical home repairs and accessibility modifications for low-income homeowners. The goal is to provide a safe, healthy environment for qualified applicants.



Habitat's ReStore is a regional Home Improvement Center open to the general public.


Changing Lives

Homeownership leads to…

  • better physical and psychological health.
  • higher self-esteem.
  • a more positive outlook and greater satisfaction with life.

Homeowners are…

  • more attached to their neighborhood and neighbors.
  • more active in community organizations and church.
  • more likely to maintain their homes.
  • less likely to be a victim of crime.

How We’re Helping

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Did You Know?

Children who have a stable place to call home…

  • have more friends.
  • have better attendance at school.

According to Fannie Mae, children of low-income homeowners…

  • are 40% less likely to be idle at age 20.
  • are 35% less likely to receive welfare.
  • behave better in the classroom.
  • perform better academically.
  • are 20% more likely to graduate from high school.
  • are 62% more likely to attend college.

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