Housing Resources by Jurisdiction

  • AHIP | (434) 817-2447 | Small and large subsidized home repair.
  • AIM | (434) 972-1704 | AIM’s purpose is to provide temporary emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crises.
  • Arc of the Piedmont | (434) 977-4002 | Ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy.
  • CAAR | (434) 817-2227 | The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® serves more than 1,300 real estate professionals and affiliate members throughout the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.
  • IMPACT | IMPACT’s mission is to empower the faith community of greater Charlottesville to create significant social change through unified direct action.
  • International Neighbors | A volunteer organization that works to equip refugee neighbors with the network and skills needed to move from surviving to thriving In Charlottesville.
  • International Rescue Committee of Charlottesville | (434) 979-7772 | Refugee services including housing support.
  • JABA | (540) 967-4433 | JABA offers information and a wide range of services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain active in the community.
  • LEAP | (434) 227-4666 | Providing home energy assessments and energy saving solutions.
  • Love INC | (434) 977-7777 |
    Housing resources referral services.
  • MACAA | (434) 295-3171 | Housing and intensive case management for families facing homelessness in our community.
  • PACEM | (434) 973-1234 |
    Homeless shelter services.
  • Piedmont House | (434) 971-3835 | Housing solutions for transitioning felons.
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance | (434) 817-2436 | Providing affordable housing solutions, including rental housing.
  • Region Ten | (434) 972-1800 | Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting.
  • Salvation Army Charlottesville | (434) 295-4058 | Emergency shelter services.
  • Shelter for Help in Emergency (SHE) | (434) 293-8509 |Shelter for Help in Emergency works to support and empower victims of domestic violence through a combination of residential, community-based and outreach services.
  • TJCLT | (434) 979-0022 | Houses for sale to those earning 80% or less of area median income, under a 90 year ground lease.
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville | (434) 972-1701 | Resources to assist with childcare and financial stability.
  • UVA Off-Campus Partners, LLC | A website is provided by Off Campus Partners, LLC as a listing service for students, faculty, or staff seeking off campus housing and landlords seeking tenants. UVA does not screen, investigate, endorse, or approve the landlords, their business practices, or the rental properties listed on this website.   

  • Abundant Life | (434) 970-2077 | Holistic community development in the Prospect neighborhood.
  • AHIP | (434) 817-2447 | Small and large subsidized home repair.
  • AIM | (434) 972-1704 | AIM’s purpose is to provide temporary emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crises.
  • Arc of the Piedmont | (434) 977-4002 | Ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy.
  • CAAR | (434) 817-2227 | The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® serves more than 1,300 real estate professionals and affiliate members throughout the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.
  • City of Charlottesville Social Services | (434) 970-3400 | The department administers benefits programs to help meet the basic needs and promote self-sufficiency for low-income individuals and their families and family services programs to protect children and adults from abuse and neglect and to promote and support the development of healthy families.
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville | (434) 293-9066 |To bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing.
  • IMPACT | IMPACT’s mission is to empower the faith community of greater Charlottesville to create significant social change through unified direct action.
  • International Neighbors | A volunteer organization that works to equip refugee neighbors with the network and skills needed to move from surviving to thriving In Charlottesville.
  • International Rescue Committee of Charlottesville | (434) 979-7772 | Refugee services including housing support.
  • JABA | (540) 967-4433 | JABA offers information and a wide range of services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain active in the community.
  • LEAP | (434) 227-4666 | Providing home energy assessments and energy saving solutions.
  • Love INC | (434) 977-7777 | Housing resources referral services.
  • MACAA Website | (434) 295-3171 | Housing and intensive case management for families facing homelessness in our community.
  • New Hill Development Corp. | A local community development corporation based in Vinegar Hill neighborhood.
  • PACEM | (434) 973-1234 | Homeless shelter services.
  • Piedmont House | (434) 971-3835 | Housing solutions for transitioning felons.
  • PHAR | (434) 984-3255 | Services for public housing residents.
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance | (434) 817-2436 | Providing affordable housing solutions, including rental housing.
  • Region Ten | (434) 972-1800 | Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting.
  • Salvation Army Charlottesville | (434) 295-4058 | Emergency shelter services.
  • Shelter for Help in Emergency (SHE) | (434) 293-8509 | Shelter for Help in Emergency works to support and empower victims of domestic violence through a combination of residential, community-based and outreach services.
  • The Haven | (434) 973-1234 | The Haven is a multi-resource day shelter in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • TJACH | TJACH works to reduce homelessness by initiating creative solutions and coordinating regional resources and services.
  • TJCLT | (434) 979-0022 | Houses for sale to those earning 80% or less of area median income, under a 90 year ground lease.
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville| (434) 972-1701 | Resources to assist with childcare and financial stability.
  • Virginia Supportive Housing (The Crossings) | (434) 227-4251 | An apartment community for transitional housing.
  • UVA Off-Campus Partners, LLC | A website is provided by Off Campus Partners, LLC as a listing service for students, faculty, or staff seeking off campus housing and landlords seeking tenants. UVA does not screen, investigate, endorse, or approve the landlords, their business practices, or the rental properties listed on this website.   
  • AHIP | (434) 817-2447 | Small and large subsidized home repair.
  • AIM | (434) 972-1704 | AIM’s purpose is to provide temporary emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crises.
  • Arc of the Piedmont | (434) 977-4002 | Ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy.
  • CAAR | (434) 817-2227 | The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® serves more than 1,300 real estate professionals and affiliate members throughout the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.
  • Fluvanna Habitat for Humanity | (434) 589-3752 | Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
  • Fluvanna/Louisa Housing Foundation | (540) 967-3483 | The Foundation is a private non-profit organization dedicated to helping residents of both Fluvanna and Louisa Counties with their housing needs.
  • IMPACT | IMPACT’s mission is to empower the faith community of greater Charlottesville to create significant social change through unified direct action.
  • International Neighbors | A volunteer organization that works to equip refugee neighbors with the network and skills needed to move from surviving to thriving In Charlottesville.
  • International Rescue Committee of Charlottesville | (434) 979-7772 | Refugee services including housing support.
  • JABA | (540) 967-4433 | JABA offers information and a wide range of services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain active in the community.
  • MACAA | (434) 295-3171 | Housing and intensive case management for families facing homelessness in our community.
  • Piedmont House | (434) 971-3835 | Housing solutions for transitioning felons.
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance | (434) 817-2436 | Providing affordable housing solutions, including rental housing.
  • Region Ten | (434) 972-1800 | Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting.
  • TJCLT | (434) 979-0022 | Houses for sale to those earning 80% or less of area median income, under a 90 year ground lease.
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville | (434) 972-1701 | Resources to assist with childcare and financial stability.
  • AHIP | (434) 817-2447 | < Small and large subsidized home repair.
  • AIM | (434) 972-1704 | AIM’s purpose is to provide temporary emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crises.
  • Arc of the Piedmont | (434) 977-4002 | Ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy.
  • CAAR | (434) 817-2227 | The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® serves more than 1,300 real estate professionals and affiliate members throughout the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.
  • County of Greene Social Services | (434) 985-5246 | The Social Services Department provides many and varied programs and assistance for families, children and adults in need.
  • Greene County Habitat for Humanity | (434) 481-1771​ | We bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, affordable housing.
  • IMPACT | IMPACT’s mission is to empower the faith community of greater Charlottesville to create significant social change through unified direct action.
  • International Neighbors | A volunteer organization that works to equip refugee neighbors with the network and skills needed to move from surviving to thriving In Charlottesville.
  • International Rescue Committee of Charlottesville | (434) 979-7772 | Refugee services including housing support.
  • JABA | (540) 967-4433 | JABA offers information and a wide range of services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain active in the community.
  • MACAA | (434) 295-3171 | Housing and intensive case management for families facing homelessness in our community.
  • Piedmont House | (434) 971-3835 | Housing solutions for transitioning felons.
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance | (434) 817-2436 | Providing affordable housing solutions, including rental housing.
  • Region Ten | (434) 972-1800 | Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting.
  • Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter | (540) 459-3212 | Prevent homelessness by providing supportive services and/or temporary shelter to enable our clients to achieve independence.
  • Skyline Community Action Partnership | (540) 948-3916 | Supportive housing services.
  • TJCLT | (434) 979-0022 | Houses for sale to those earning 80% or less of area median income, under a 90 year ground lease.
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville | (434) 972-1701 | Resources to assist with childcare and financial stability.
  • AHIP | (434) 817-2447 | Small and large subsidized home repair.
  • AIM | (434) 972-1704 | AIM’s purpose is to provide temporary emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crises.
  • Arc of the Piedmont | (434) 977-4002 | Ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy.
  • CAAR | (434) 817-2227 | The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® serves more than 1,300 real estate professionals and affiliate members throughout the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.
  • County of Louisa Social Services | (540) 967-1320 | The Department of Human Services is committed to improving the lives of children, families, and communities through comprehensive services that support the well-being of Louisa County citizens.
  • Fluvanna/Louisa Housing Foundation | (540) 967-3483 | The Foundation is a private non-profit organization dedicated to helping residents of both Fluvanna and Louisa Counties with their housing needs.
  • IMPACT | IMPACT’s mission is to empower the faith community of greater Charlottesville to create significant social change through unified direct action.
  • International Neighbors | A volunteer organization that works to equip refugee neighbors with the network and skills needed to move from surviving to thriving In Charlottesville.
  • International Rescue Committee of Charlottesville | (434) 979-7772 | Refugee services including housing support.
  • JABA | (540) 967-4433 | JABA offers information and a wide range of services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain active in the community.
  • Louisa Habitat for Humanity | (540) 967-0486 | We bring people together to build and rebuild homes and communities while catalyzing new pathways to safe, decent, and affordable housing.
  • MACAA | (434) 295-3171 | Housing and intensive case management for families facing homelessness in our community.
  • Piedmont House | (434) 971-3835 | Housing solutions for transitioning felons.
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance | (434) 817-2436 | Providing affordable housing solutions, including rental housing.
  • Region Ten | (434) 972-1800 | Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting.
  • TJCLT | (434) 979-0022 | Houses for sale to those earning 80% or less of area median income, under a 90 year ground lease.
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville | (434) 972-1701 | Resources to assist with childcare and financial stability.
  • AHIP | (434) 817-2447 | Small and large subsidized home repair.
  • AIM | (434) 972-1704 | AIM’s purpose is to provide temporary emergency assistance to families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary financial crises.
  • Arc of the Piedmont | (434) 977-4002 | Ensuring full community inclusion and participation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the provision of services and advocacy.
  • CAAR | (434) 817-2227 | The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS® serves more than 1,300 real estate professionals and affiliate members throughout the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.
  • County of Nelson Social Services | (434) 263-7160 | The goal of our Department of Social Services is to help the citizens of Nelson County achieve a realistic and attainable level of self-sufficiency within a safe, healthy environment.
  • IMPACT | IMPACT’s mission is to empower the faith community of greater Charlottesville to create significant social change through unified direct action.
  • International Neighbors | A volunteer organization that works to equip refugee neighbors with the network and skills needed to move from surviving to thriving In Charlottesville.
  • International Rescue Committee of Charlottesville | (434) 979-7772 | Refugee services including housing support.
  • JABA | (540) 967-4433 | JABA offers information and a wide range of services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain active in the community.
  • MACAA | (434) 295-3171 | Housing and intensive case management for families facing homelessness in our community.
  • Piedmont House | (434) 971-3835 | Housing solutions for transitioning felons.
  • Piedmont Housing Alliance | (434) 817-2436 | Providing affordable housing solutions, including rental housing.
  • Region Ten | (434) 972-1800 | Sponsored Placement is a service to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities where services are offered in a family setting.
  • TJCLT | (434) 979-0022 | Houses for sale to those earning 80% or less of area median income, under a 90 year ground lease.
  • United Way of Greater Charlottesville | (434) 972-1701 | Resources to assist with childcare and financial stability.
  • Virginia Housing (VHDA) – a statewide resource created in 1972 by the General Assembly to help Virginians attain quality, affordable housing.
  • Virginia Dept of Housing & Community Development (DHCD)  – DHCD offers many resources to assist with housing needs. From housing rehabilitation to homebuyer resources, check out the many programs and resources available to Virginians.
  • Housing Forward VirginiaHousingForward Virginia is the Commonwealth’s trusted resource for affordable housing data and actionable insights. Advocates, planners, developers, and mission-aligned organizations rely on us to help them build connections and advance their work. With our tools, they’re able to better identify needs, influence decision makers, and ultimately increase access to affordable housing for all.
  • Virginia Housing Alliance –  a statewide non-profit organization formed to advocate for the expansion of housing opportunities and ending homelessness in the Commonwealth.
  • Virginia Supportive Housing – Virginia Supportive Housing’s (VSH) mission is to end homelessness by providing permanent housing and supportive services. Founded in 1988, VSH was the first non-profit organization in Virginia to develop and provide permanent supportive housing for homeless single adults.
  • Virginia Apartment and Management Association – The Virginia Apartment Management Association (VAMA) was established as an affiliate of the National Apartment Association (NAA) in 1988 to promote the highest standards and professionalism in the multifamily rental housing industry across the state. VAMA is proud to serve 325 management companies, 1,200 apartment communities representing over 230,000 rental homes and 325 supplier partners who provide the most relevant products and services to our industry.
  • Virginia Fair Housing Office – The Fair Housing Board administers and enforces the Fair Housing Law, although the Real Estate Board is responsible for fair housing cases involving real estate licensees or their employees.
  • Home of VA – The mission is to ensure equal access to housing for all people. Home of VA is to tackle systemically divisive housing practices through fair housing enforcement, research, advocacy, and statewide policy work. We also aid first-time homebuyers and those under the threat of foreclosure.
  • USDA 502 – a federal loan program also known as the Section 502 Direct Loan Program, this program assists low- and very-low-income applicants obtain decent, safe and sanitary housing in eligible rural areas by providing payment assistance to increase an applicant’s repayment ability. Payment assistance is a type of subsidy that reduces the mortgage payment for a short time. The amount of assistance is determined by the adjusted family income.
  • USDA 504 – A federal program known as the Section 504 Home Repair program, this provides loans to very-low-income homeowners to repair, improve or modernize their homes or grants to elderly very-low-income homeowners to remove health and safety hazards.
  • Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – A federal agency founded 1965 to support urban and rural community and housing projects, including the administration of Community Development Block Grants
  • HOME Program (HUD), The HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) provides formula grants to States and localities that communities use – often in partnership with local nonprofit groups – to fund a wide range of activities including building, buying, and/or rehabilitating affordable housing for rent or homeownership or providing direct rental assistance to low-income people. HOME is the largest Federal block grant to state and local governments designed exclusively to create affordable housing for low-income households.
  • Housing Preservation Grant (HPG – USDA). HPG provides grants to sponsoring organizations (including Most State and local governmental entities
  • Nonprofit organizations, and Federally Recognized Tribes) for the repair or rehabilitation of housing owned or occupied by low- and very-low-income rural citizens.
  • The National Housing Trust Fund (HTF). States and state-designated entities are eligible grantees for the Housing Trust Fund (HTF). HUD will allocate HTF funds by formula annually. A State must use at least 80 percent of each annual grant for rental housing; up to 10 percent for homeownership; and up to 10 percent for the grantee’s reasonable administrative and planning costs. HTF funds may be used for the production or preservation of affordable housing through the acquisition, new construction, reconstruction, and/or rehabilitation of non-luxury housing with suitable amenities. All HTF-assisted units will be required to have a minimum affordability period of 30 years.
  • National Low Income Housing Coalition The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated solely to achieving socially just public policy that ensures people with the lowest incomes in the United States have affordable and decent homes.
  • National Fair Housing Alliance  The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) is the voice of fair housing. NFHA works to eliminate housing discrimination and to ensure equal housing opportunity for all people through leadership, education, outreach, membership services, public policy initiatives, community development, advocacy, and enforcement.
  • National Coalition for the Homeless The National Coalition for the Homeless is a national network of people who are currently experiencing or who have experienced homelessness, activists and advocates, community-based and faith-based service providers, and others committed to a single mission: To end and prevent homelessness while ensuring the immediate needs of those experiencing homelessness are met and their civil rights are respected and protected.