VSH converted Bliley Manor into a residence that houses eight individuals with traumatic brain injuries. Supportive services are available to empower tenants to become more independent and healthy by accessing community resources for basic human needs, re-learning certain skills, participating in education activities or gaining employment. Applicants are referred from agencies, family members and survivors themselves.
Residents pay 30% of their individual monthly income for rent. The balance of the rent is subsidized by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Section 811 Program. Supportive services at Bliley Manor are funded in part by a grant administered by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services; philanthropic support is welcome.
To connect with Stephanie Peaco, the case manager assigned to assessments for Bliley Manor, please call 804-921-3466 or email [email protected].