Yes. FHA programs and other market options exist.
FHA's 203(k) Rehabilitation program and Title I Property Improvement programs provide insurance for loans to make repairs and improvements to properties, including for making energy efficient improvements.
Other market options may include Home Equity Lines of Credit or leasing programs.
Each borrower should talk to his or her lender and compare the terms and costs of the various financing options to determine the best for his or her situation and needs.
You may find an FHA-approved lender in your area using the Lender Locator at https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/housing/sfh/lender/lenderlist The Lender Locator is not an all-inclusive list of lenders currently participating in a particular program such as HECM, 203(k), Title 1, etc. Please contact the listed lenders to confirm their participation in each specific HUD/FHA program. You can also find lenders in your area using your local telephone directory under the heading "Mortgages".