News and Events

Support for Charlottesville project from Virginia Housing Trust Fund

March 24, 2021

On March 22, Governor Northam’s office announced that VSH received $300,000 in Homeless Reduction Grants from the Virginia Housing Trust Fund. $100,000 of that funding is for VSH’s newest project in Charlottesville, the redevelopment of the Red Carpet Inn at Premier Circle into permanent supportive housing.

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Rezoning approved for Charlottesville project!

February 19, 2021

The site rezoning for VSH’s newest project in Charlottesville, a collaborative partnership with the Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless and the Piedmont Housing Alliance to develop the Red Carpet Inn in Albemarle County into affordable housing, has been approved!

Read full article via The Daily Progress

More progress on Charlottesville partnership

December 22, 2020

VSH’s collaborative partnership to bring more affordable housing to the Charlottesville region progresses further, thanks to support from the Albemarle County Planning Commission.

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Collaborative Charlottesville project moves ahead

November 20, 2020

VSH has embarked a new collaborative housing project in the Charlottesville region. Working with the Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless and Piedmont Housing Alliance, the project would add 140 affordable apartments in Albemarle County.

Read full article via The Daily Progress

Virginia Supportive Housing is a CORES-certified organization!

March 19, 2019

Virginia Supportive Housing is now a CORES-certified organization!


“The Certified Organization for Resident Engagement & Services (CORES) Certification recognizes organizations that have developed a robust commitment, capacity, and competency in providing resident services coordination in affordable rental housing.” (quote from the CORES website)


CORES is rooted in best practices, which is in alignment with VSH’s commitment to serving our residents. VSH utilizes a housing first, person-centered, recovery-based model of supportive services to ensure our residents are receiving wrap-around care that supports their housing stability. The CORES certification reinforces our mission to provide the highest quality services to our residents with emphasis on resident engagement and program evaluation. We are proud to be the first Virginia-based organization to receive CORES certification.

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