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Extreme Makeover:Home Edition

ABC’s  Extreme Makeover : Home Edition is currently casting for their upcoming season. Fill out the application today and you or someone you know could end up having a chance of a lifetime to change their home and their lives.

Extreme Makeover, the fantastically popular reality program hosted by Ty Pennington is looking for families and communities for their next round of fantastic renovations! In just seven short days you and your family or community could be enjoying a completely remolded home, school or community center.

Does your family have a compelling and heartwarming story?  Does your school or community center need a re-haul ? You could be featured in an upcoming episode! Millions of people watch this touching program every week and now they could be watching you. Auditions and casting calls will be going on soon for the all new season of Extreme Makeover so submit yourself or someone you knwo today.Here is the application information: a.abc.com/media/primetime/xtremehome/apply/EMHEApplicationS7.pdf Be sure to leave a comment below and stay tuned for all of the exciting updates.

Every family and community has a story, this is your chance to share it with the world.

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  1. Misty Johnston says:

    Yes, I would love to get my family, especially my mom, on extreme makeover! I have it hard but I don't think I'm suffering as much as my mother! I live with my mom and my brother. I have two kids and a husband. My husband is away. My mom is helping to support me and my kids. She has 2 jobs while I help out with all the responsibilities at home. My mothers house is old and my poor brother sleeps on the couch. We have 4 bedrooms and one bath. Two bedrooms are so small. My kids sleep with me and I wish they had their own room. I know for years my mother has wanted a nice house and wants to at least fix up her house but I strongly feel like I'm keeping her from doing that. Things could be easier if my husband was home but he's not. I just want to brighten up my mother. With as strong and as hard working as she is I believe she has gone way past the time for deserving something to show for it all. I wish my kids had their own rooms with a place to play with no obstacles. I just wish for all the best for them. I wish my brother had his own room to put his things. The little room he has is too small for all that he has. My mother is loved thru out our community and she deserves something wonderful. Please consider my story. It would be most appreciated.

  2. A good friend says:

    I am not asking for help for myself nor do I want any of the credit if this works. I have seen in and around this house where people that I respect live, and it is not suitable whatsoever, to sum it up in a nutshell there are untrained dogs and seriously needs tlc.. the oldest woman in the house (82) had open heart surgery twice within 9 months, a stroke shortly after, been in and out of hospitals around the state. and continues to be in and out of them to this day. her daughter, single mother of 5, just had double knee replacements. She babysits 3 of her grand babies (out of 6) the ages of 8 mos 1 yr and 2 yrs on the daily, leaving them both no way to work at all. there is one young boy still living home with them he was adopted when he was 3 weeks old. they are the nicest people and most generous I've met. I would give all I have to help these people. but I alike all the other applicants really don't have much to give besides the time and effort to get them help!! It is the most heart breaking thing to have to see people you care for struggle and suffer when they truly do not deserve it.

  3. Emily Betts says:

    We have a very caring and town oriented person in our small community. She and her husband have 3 children of their own, two that still live in home and she takes in other children that need a place to live. Their family is currently living in our towns hotel due to the mold … this is the second time within a year. She is on the waiting list for a lung transplant and depends on oxygen all the time. She continues to work from her hospital bed when she does not have to stay in the hotel. Kyston is the director for our town of Tatum’s Economic development. She plans all of our towns events and plays a huge part in our community. I believe she needs help and is a great candidate for your show. I have printed the application for her to do her part and hope you consider her and her family. Thank you. Sincerely, The town of Tatum, Texas.

  4. laurie says:

    I was gonna ask for help. for me, my 94 dementia mother I care for 24/7, and my disabled son who lives with me and my mom. but I see many others who are more in need I guess. will just keep trying on my own here, but when I'm done, I'm done. it's not really safe here, and I'm doing all I can with all I have. sigh. feel free to refer me to ANYONE anywhere who might help with my home to make it safe for us. thanks

  5. jose perez says:

    I have a brother who has a girl who got kicked out of her house and my brother and her needs a place to live.

  6. Ashley Henson says:

    Hi ABC Extreme Home Makeover! I would like the opportunity to have our home made-over due to my sons medical condition and handicap needs. Jaxon is 18 months old. He was born 2 months premature and spent 92 days in the NICU. When Jaxon was born, we had no clue that he would be battling a life threatening medical condition. On the 85th day that Jaxon was in the NICU, he was diagnosed with X Linked Myotubular Myopathy. XLMTM primarily effects the skeletal muscles causing Jaxon's entire body to be weakened. XLMTM is extremely rare, effecting only 1 in 50,000 males. There are about 350 known cases in the US, and up until about 4 months ago Jaxon was was the only known case in SC. Due to Jaxon's muscle weakness he breaths with the help of a ventilator, feeds through a feeding tube,can not walk, and requires in home nursing to help us care for him. Despite Jaxon's physical abilities, he is a bright, fun, and loving child. He has so much potential in life, if given the proper tools. It is my life's mission to make sure that he has the fulfilling life that he deserves, and you all could help us with that! As Jaxon continues to grow, it's going to become more challenging to move him around. I would like our home to be more handicap accessible, so that Jaxon can continue to be as mobile as he is use to being. Please consider giving our family this opportunity, so that Jaxon can have a bright fulfilling future!

    The Henson Family

  7. Keri Abbott says:

    Hi my name is Keri and I'm a 30 year old single mom of 3 wonderful kids. 5 years ago my mom passed away suddenly from a massive heart attack. She was the most warm Christian woman you could ever hope to meet and loved her family more than anything. My dad who was left a quadriplegic after a terrible diving accident at age 15 was alone now after 43 years of marriage so I left my job as a hair stylist and my kids and i moved in so I could help take care of him. He helped support my kids and I as I helped to support him through this very new and difficult time. After spending a year trying to get used to this new life I decided to be a substitute teacher for grades pre-k through 5th. It was something I enjoyed and on my lunch break I could come home to fix my dad lunch so he was not left alone for very long at a time. My dad passed away in April of this year from a fast growing cancer that was found and surgically removed in late November 2014 and we spent Thanksgiving in the hospital. Upon returning home we had to learn again a new way to live. It was thought to be gone but in April 2015 it grew back with a furry and in 1 week after finding out it was back he passed away. Once again my life has been turned upside and it's been very hard for my children to accept that not only is grandma but now grandpa is no longer here. Substitute teaching is not enough and does not go through the summer so I quickly had to find a job to support my kids and all the financial burdens on my own. There has been massive flooding this year which has left the downstairs of my house with too much damage for me to handle on my own. With mold growing I do my best to control it but I'm worried it's gone beyond my control. I grew up in this house and my children have spent most of their lives here and it has a special place in our hearts and I pray for your help please! Thank you!

  8. Brynn Jones says:

    Hi!!! I don't just want to be apart of your show, but I know I need to be. I mean my family of course. We live in parkville Maryland, not the most interesting place in the world by far I know. However we have been living in this residence for about four years and it's gotten worse since the day we moved in. I live with my Father, step mother, my older brother and I have a little brother (he's my half sibling). I am 15 years of age, young to be sending out an application I know but let's just say I'm the beat freak of my house and I like to get things done. However that's the problem, which is why I'm doing this. Money is really tight, and I fear for how much longer I will be living here, especially with the conditions of this place. I've lived in apartments since the start of grade school. I grew up with my grandma because my dad needed help while he worked day and night. My family and I we're thrilled to say we finally had a home and now it's falling apart. Closet racks fallen, flooring coming up, caulking undone, the railing on the stairs came out of the wall do to no support, bathroom toilet seats broken, ants in the kitchen (everywhere) a cabinet in the kitchen fell off the wall as well, mold in the basement, constant flooding when it rains,bad clutter in the basement and everywhere else. I stop eating because I can't deal with the ants and mess of this place, I mean where does it end ?! Please, I know you hear this too often but we desperately need your help so that we can call this place our home again and this time for good.

  9. Melanie Hooper says:

    Help, our house is falling down around us. My husband who is 45 has Parkinson's since he was 30 and it is extremely difficult for him to maintain our home. It desperately needs an overhaul. It's a two story and I know at some point he is going to need a bedroom on the first floor. It's so hard for him to go up and down stairs. I work full time as a nurse plus spend many hours a week watching my 1 year old grandson. We want to make our home comfortable but livable, unless a cure or Parkinson's comes along soon, there will still be plants growing in our gutters and weeds growing up the side of the house. Wood on the back side of the house is breaking down, home and deck. I just can't do it all. Thank you for your consideration.

  10. Darlene howard says:

    I have a story like NO other! I have read every one of the stories on this site and though they are all sad and in need, my story tops them all.

    I could not find the link for the application so I can't apply, if possible could you email me an application?

    Thank you for the WONDERFUL work you guys do to change people's lives.

    Darlene Howard

  11. Leonie Bekker says:

    Hi, I'm Leonie and I feel that my mother could really do with a new house. I was in an accident with my fiancé where he passed away and I was paralysed. I had to move back into my mother's house because I need her help to assist me and my 3 year old son. Her home needs to be adjusted for a wheelchair chair and my needs. As we have money available we changed the bathroom but there is so much that needs to to be adjusted for me to access all areas of the house. It will be a dream come true if you are able to make my mother's house wheelchair friendly and enough space for my son to have his own room as he is sharing the room with me. Thanking you in advance if you can make my dream come true. Leonie Bekker

  12. Ashley Leuenberger says:

    I am writing this on behalf of my mother and father. They are both on disability. My father has a terrible disease called Meniers. It's where your eyes, ears and brain are off kilter and you are constantly dizzy, nauses and sick as a result. My father is not able to work much because of it. My mother has been disabled since a young age and cannot work at all. She has hurneted disks and got surgery and the surgeon put the screws in her back wrong and caused them to break in her back. They struggle every and it saddens me to see. Extreme make over would be a blessing for my family considering our house is falling apart and they are in such debt. My parents deserve to live in a home where they are safe and it contributes to their disabilities. They need this. Our home is falling apart and there is nothing they can do about it.

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