Chore. Small household repairs can help keep you safe and living at home. Volunteers completing minor home repairs for Rockland County residents with disabilities and seniors 60 plus. Repair lighting, repair stair treads, replace light bulbs, replace electrical outlets, install grab bars, install curtains or blinds, install raised commode seats, change batteries in smoke or CO detectors, repair or tighten handrails. 845-624-1366 extension 139. A man helping an older woman, a man drilling handrail into the wall.

Small household repairs can help keep you safe and living in your home

Did you know that falling is the leading cause of emergency room visits by older adults?
In many cases, a simple home improvement or repair - such as better lighting or a grab bar, can keep you or your loved one safe.  CHORE is a resource to people living in Rockland County who are 60 years of age or older, or a person living with a disability, regardless of age or income status.  CHORE helps people to maintain the independence of living at home by providing free minor household repairs and home improvements that make living at home safe.


Service examples:

  • Repair lighting
  • Replace light bulbs
  • Install grab bars
  • Install raised commode seats
  • Repair/tighten handrails
  • Repair stair treads
  • Replace electrical outlets
  • Install curtains or blinds
  • Change batteries in smoke/CO detectors


CHORE utilizes the services of volunteers to facilitate minor home repairs that do not require a licensed professional.


Contact BRIDGES for more information about the CHORE Program at 845-624-1366 Ext 139.

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CHORE is supported by:
Volunteers  ●  Administration of Aging  ●  County of Rockland
Rockland County Office for the Aging  ●  New York State Office for the Aging

Contributions are voluntary and confidential and are used to expand the services for which they are received. No one will be denied services because of an inability or unwillingness to contribute. Suggested contributions level equal to the cost of the service for participants who self-disclose income at or above 185% of Federal Poverty Level. Services are funded in part by the Administration on Aging, New York State Office for the Aging and the Rockland County Office for the Aging.