Homeless Service Agencies

This is a partial list of agencies working on solutions to homelessness in the greater Richmond region. While Homeward does not endorse specific agencies, this list represents agencies who participate in our region’s twice yearly point in time counts.

This list is not yet complete – it will be updated periodically.

United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg
Population: Men, Women, Children, Youth, Families
Services: Assessment and referral
Phone number: 2-1-1

Commonwealth Catholic Charities – Point of Entry
Population: Men, Women, Children, Youth, Families, Veterans, People experiencing mental illness, Persons with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence, People re-entering the community after incarceration
Services: Assessment and referral, Short-term shelter, Case management, Financial assistance, Financial literacy and education, Food
Phone number: 804-648-4177
Other contact info: 804-545-5947: Public Relations

Hilliard House
Population: Women and children
Services: Long-term shelter, Case management, Intensive services, Financial assistance, Financial literacy and education
Phone number: 804-235-5800

HomeAgain
Population: Men, Women, Children, Youth, Families, Veterans, People experiencing mental illness, People in recovery, Persons with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence, People re-entering the community after incarceration
Services: Short-term shelter, Long-term shelter, Case management, Recovery program, Intensive services, Financial literacy and education, Assessment and referral, Food
Phone number: (804) 358-7747 Ext. 104
Other contact info: JaJuan Kelly, Volunteer Coordinator

Daily Planet
Population: Men, Women, Children, Youth, Families, Veterans, People experiencing mental illness, People in recovery, Persons with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence, People re-entering the community after incarceration
Services:Primary health care, Behavioral health services, eye care and oral health in the clinic. A medical Respite program, and a Safe Haven program. Vocational training and job placement, Laundry, shower, mail, clothing and banking services.
Phone number: (804) 783-2505
Other contact info: Daily Planet
517 West Grace Street
Richmond, VA. 23220

ACTS
Population: Men, Women, Children, Families, facing eviction or foreclosure
Services: Case management, financial assistance, assessment and referral
Phone number:    249-5430 or 249-5431
Other contact info:   2325 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23220

St. Joseph’s Villa – Flagler Services for Homeless Families
Population: Families, People in recovery, People experiencing mental illness, Persons with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence
Services: Rapid rehousing, Case management, Intensive services, Financial assistance, Financial literacy and education, Assessment and referral
Phone number: (804)553-3258

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Population: Men, Women, Children, Youth, Families, Veterans, People experiencing mental illness, People in recovery, Persons with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence, People re-entering the community after incarceration
Services: Financial assistance, Assessment and referral, Food Pantry for people on a special diet – diabetic or dialysis, Hot lunch served every Thursday
Phone number: (804) 643-3589

Richmond Friends of the Homeless
Population: Men, Women, Children, Youth, Families, Veterans, People experiencing mental illness, People in recovery, Persons with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence, People re-entering the community after incarceration
Services: Food, clothing, personal hygiene items, blankets, etc.
Phone number: (804) 275-5866
Other contact info: shawneey@aol.com

OAR
Population: People re-entering the community after incarceration
Services: Case management, Clothing, job search assistance, assistance in obtaining ID documents, substance abuse counseling, GED classes, HIV awareness and testing, work boots, work tools, transportation assistance, job retention incentives, Workforce One Stop services onsite, budgeting.
Phone number: (804) 643-2746
Other contact info: info@oarric.org

Virginia Supportive Housing
Population: Men, Women and Families
Services: Permanent supportive housing (permanent rental housing with support services), housing location assistance, financial literacy, credit and debt management counseling, foreclosure/mortgage default counseling and homebuyer education.
Phone number: 804-525-1951 (Intake)
Other Contact Info: 804-788-6825

CARITAS
Population: Men, Women, Children, Families, Veterans. Large families, Families with adolescent children, Male head-of-household families, Two parent families, People experiencing mental illness, People with addictions, People with disabilities, Survivors of domestic abuse or violence, People re-entering the community after incarceration.
Services: Short-term shelter, Assessment and referral, Case management, Furniture Bank, Substance Abuse Counseling, Financial literacy, Parenting education, Food, Laundry, Shower, Banking Services, Employment readiness.
Phone: 358-0964 -Shelter 343-5008 -Furniture Bank
P.O. Box 25790, Richmond, VA 23260
Furniture Bank: 1125 E. Commerce Road, Richmond VA 23224
Email: Caritas Shelter or Caritas Furniture

If you are a homeless service agency not currently on this list, and you should be included, please contact eschmale@homewardva.org.

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