Supportive Housing

Our Supportive Housing Program helps individuals and families secure and maintain stability in housing. We connect individuals with the services they need, whether that is food, clothes, temporary shelter, or financial counseling. These services help individuals to regain stability, overcome past trauma, and develop long-term solutions. 

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)

HOPWA services are available to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families. The program provides housing-focused case management, long-term housing subsidy, and short-term financial assistance. Funds  

help with rent or rent arrears, mortgages, and utilities and can increase housing stability and access to care and medical support while decreasing the risk of homelessness.

Program Requirements:

  • A member of the household must have a medical diagnosis of HIV/AIDS

  • Households must be at or below 80% of Area Median Income (as determined by HUD)

  • Recipients must be a resident of Amelia, Caroline, Charles City, Chesterfield, City of Richmond, Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Hanover, Henrico, Hopewell, Goochland, King William, New Kent, Petersburg, Powhatan, Prince George, or Sussex.                                                                                                                    

Permanent Supportive Housing

CCC provides supportive housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness with a disability and/or severe mental illness. Services include intensive case management and long-term housing subsidy with a goal of moving individuals off the streets and into safe, affordable housing.

Rapid Rehousing 

Our staff refer clients to mental health services, affordable housing options, benefit access, financial counseling, workforce development, and food and clothing resources. This client-centered case management along with short-term financial assistance provides families and individuals experiencing homelessness support required to achieve long-lasting housing stability.