Care and Conserve Program
Integrity Transformations CDC was selected by the City of Atlanta's Department of Watershed Management as a nonprofit administrator of the Care and Conserve Plumbing Repair Program (CCPRP) in the fall of 2018. CCPRP's objective is to provide eligible low-income homeowners assistance with water and sewer repairs, conduct water audits, conduct plumbing assessments, and provide water conservation education counseling.
The plumbing repair program provides assistance for eligible Westside homeowners by repairing or replacing leaky faucets and toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, P-Traps, drains, main water lines, drain lines and connections. Through January 2019, 30 homeowners have been assisted by the Integrity's CCPRP efforts.
Integrity's Care and Conserve Plumbing Repair program also includes a workforce development component through its "Plumbers Helpers' program. " After receiving classroom and hands-on training, the Plumber Helpers' work alongside a licensed plumber technician to make the needed plumbing repairs. The program aims to create a career path in a high-growth, high-demand industry for Westside residents, while assisting those in the community with plumbing repairs.
For more information on the Care and Conserve Program Plumbing Repair program, how to apply for service or to become a Plumbers' Helper, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-600-4950.