Other Resources

Rental & Assistance Programs

Please note that the information provided below may change without notice. To record changes, updates, additions, or deletions of agencies or congregations, please contact Nikki D’Adamo-Damery at nikki@mwclt.org.

Better Housing Coalition
23 W Broad Street, Suite 100
PO Box 12117
Richmond, VA 23241
804.644.0546
BetterHousingCoalition.org
Non-profit that manages 1400 multi-family units and builds affordable single family homes.

CARITAS
PO Box 25790
Richmond, VA 23260
804.358.0964
info@caritasshelter.org
CaritasVA.org
Partners with area congregations to provide shelter for individuals and families. Operates a furniture bank.

Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc.
626 E. Broad St, Suite 400
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 354-0641
help@homeofva.org
Ensuring equal access to housing for all people. A housing counseling and fair housing organization.

Home Again
3805 Cutshaw Avenue
PO Box 5222
Richmond, VA 23220
804.795.5653
HomeAgainRichmond.org
Provides over 160 beds and support services for homeless men, women, and children. Scattered apartments for men, women, and children for transitional housing.

Homeless Point of Entry
511 W Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23220
804.648.8041
Coordination of and entry point to shelter space in metro Richmond
Mon – Fri, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Project:HOMES
88 Carnation Street
Richmond, VA 23225
804.377.9880
ProjectHomes.org
Serving elderly, disabled and low-income residents with home repair, weatherization, indoor plumbing and rehabilitation, multi-family housing, homeownership assistance, minor home repairs and accessibility improvements.

Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity
2281 Dabney Road, Suite A
Richmond, VA 23230
804.232.7001
RichmondHabitat.org
Home ownership. Clients must contribute sweat equity to construction of their home.

Habitat Restore
1901 Roane Street
Richmond, VA 23222
804.228.1305

Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority (RRHA)
901 Chamberlayne Parkway
Richmond, VA 23220
804.780.4200
rrha.org
Section 8 Program: Manages public housing in the City of Richmond.

Salvation Army (Richmond)
2 W Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23220
804.225.7470

Salvation Army (Petersburg)
1228 West Street
Petersburg, VA 23804
804.732.8449
Emergency shelter for women with children. Must be referred by Homeless Point of Entry

Southside Community Development and Housing Corporation
1624 Hull Street
Richmond, VA 23224
804.231.4449
scdhc.com
Develops affordable housing primarily in southside Richmond.

St Joseph’s Villa
8000 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23803
804.553.3200
StJosephsVilla.net
Affordable apartments for adults with disabilities. Flagler Home for homeless women (must be 21 or older) and their children. Must be referred by Homeless Point of Entry

Urban Hope
P.O. Box 23171
Richmond, VA 23223
804.396.2198
staff@urban-hope.org
Urban-Hope.org
Collaborates with Church Hill residents, local churches, city government, etc., to facilitate home ownership.

Virginia Supportive Housing
5008 Monument Ave, Suite 200
Richmond, VA 23226
804.788.6825
virginiasupportivehousing.org
Intake 804.232.5482
New Clay House (SRO) 804.358.0375
South Richmond (SRO) 804.291.1315
Bliley Manor/Stratford House 804.232.5481
Permanent supportive housing for single adults.

Yes Behavioral Health
214 Cowardin Ave, Bldg 1
Richmond, VA 23224
804.230.4760 Ext 1100
yesbh.org
Transitional living home for families temporarily experiencing homelessness due to untreated or unsuccessfully treated symptoms of mental illness.