One of our goals is to connect you with resources in the greater community that will equip you with the information needed to successfully navigate the housing market. Below is information for you to use as you actively are searching for housing options and assistance.
Effective January 10, 2023, the maximum amount of assistance to eligible Virginia homeowners is $50,000 with no cap on the number of months past due. Homeowners experiencing a financial hardship due to COVID-19 after January 21, 2020 (this may include a financial hardship that began before January 21, 2020, and continued after that date due to COVID-19) with a delinquency amount of $50,000 or less may now be eligible for assistance. Applicants who were previously deemed ineligible due to the original program cap policy should contact a program representative at 833-OUR-VMRP (833-687-8677), Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. to begin the appeal process.
Homelessness Helpline: 540-358-5801
Please contact the Homelessness Helpline if you are in any of the following situations:
- Sleeping outside (including in a car, tent, or abandoned building)
- In need of emergency shelter
- At risk of sleeping outside or needing emergency shelter within 14 days
The Homelessness Helpline connects callers to services provided by our community partners:
Domestic Violence Hotline: 540-373-9373 | toll free: 1-877-734-7238
Please contact Empowerhouse through the 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline if you are in need of services geared to domestic violence survivors.
Loss Mitigation or Foreclosure Prevention
Josie Ramos 540-604-9943 -ext:226
OUR RENTAL PROPERTIES
Subsidized housing is a program where HUD helps private apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants. You can search for subsidized housing in your area on hud.gov. All inquiries about applications must be made directly to the apartment complex. Central Virginia Housing does not administer these programs.
Housing Financial Assistance
Download our local community resources guide.
Please call (833) 736-8735 or visit getgov2go.com
Download our local utility resources guide.
- Coordinated Assessment Line for Emergency Shelter
- ALICE Financial Assistance
- Employment Resources
- Domestic Violence Resources
- Rappahannock United Way Ride United Transportation Access
- Health Generations Area Agency on Aging Emergency Services
- Health Generations Area Agency on Aging Senior Resources Directory
- Senior Housing Resources