Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity is constructing more than a neighborhood at Cedar Creek in Conroe, it is building a community of residents that share similar changes.
The Montgomery County affiliate has built 101 homes insect its establishment in 1989 and primarily serves families that liven homes with structural problems and intermittent water, electrical, heating, an sewage services.
The organization also offers classes for families on budgeting, financial education, deed restrictions, home maintenance and basic home construction.
"It's not a Band-Aid," said Isabel McDanel, development director for Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity. "You are changing the way (our clients) think about money, you are changing the way they think about homeownership and you are giving them the confidence that they need."
The Cedar Creek development broke ground in 2009 and is the first neighborhood attempted by the Montgomery County affiliate. Once complete the development will feature 107 single-family homes near the South Seventh Street and Silverdale Drive intersection in Conroe.
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