Ramp-Up Indiana Program

Ramps are one of the most common modifications made or requested by homeowners with a member who has a mobility impairment or is a user of a wheelchair. Ramps can accommodate a broad range of physical needs and requirements, increase safety and reduce the risk of falling, and can help maintain a person’s independence. They allow for aging-in-place in the home.

However, with an average ramp installation price ranging between $1,000 and $1,500, many people are unable to install them.  The Ramp-Up Indiana Program utilizes grant dollars to construct ramps for low-income homeowners in the counties of Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren, and White.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ramp-Up Indiana Program is currently suspended, and Area IV Agency will post an update when the program re-opens.  Currently, we are referring all individuals to Servants at Work (SAWs) in Indianapolis.

To submit a ramp build referral to SAWs, click here.

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