PHF wants to stress that no late applications will be accepted and encourage community members affected by the Father’s Day flood to submit an application. This funding is not income based and is not a loan that individuals would need to repay.
Applications can be found at phfgive.org or the listed physical locations:
Community Action, Houghton
City of Houghton Office
City of Hancock Office
Hubbell Fire Department
Lake Linden Village Office
Volunteer Center, Old JCPenney Store
Campioni TruValue Hardware, Calumet
Stanton Township Office
Superior National Bank, Chassell Location
Franklin Township Office
Ripley Fire Department
The PHF’s board, committee, and staff are working hard to move this initiative forward to begin working with contractors and homeowners to get their homes back to healthy, safe environments. PHF asks that the community is patient with them as they are working through this process.
The PHF is holding a community meeting Thursday, July 19, 2019, at 6:00 pm ET at the Lake Linden-Hubbell High School Auditorium. This meeting is an opportunity for community members to learn more about the PHF funding process, ask questions and voice concerns. This is an effort to better communicate the flood relief initiative from PHF.