How we work
We offer housing education workshops focused on basic home maintenance, money management, and on-the-job training opportunities.
housing maintenance check-ups
We teach you how the systems in your house work and how to plan for future repairs. The home maintenance check-up is a post-purchase home inspection service that will help you identify priority repair items, plan for routine maintenance, and connect you with relevant resources.
We partner with local businesses, community organizations, and individual volunteers to help families stay in their homes, allow seniors to age in place, and preserve the character and culture of our local communities.
Open enrollment begins February 1, 2019 and ends on March 31, 2019.
Our library, launching later in 2019, will operate essentially like any library, except you can check out tools instead of books. Our goal is, in short, to build community. The library will help to create a sense of neighborhood community and resource general improvements to the community’s homes and properties.
Upon paying a small membership fee, you can check out tools for one week, and then just return them to the library.
solid rock depot
We operate three retail stores and donation centers that offer new and used home improvement goods at a fraction of the retail price. These locations are locally owned with proceeds going toward the preservation of homes in Muskegon County.
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“Solid Rock shows how local changes make a sizable impact.”
Scott faith | board chairman
2018 - 2022
YEAR BY YEAR GROWTH
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey (ACS), 5-year estimates.
Projected housing units repaired based on current donations
Projected persons served based on housing units repaired