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Resident Services

Managing your present. Building your future.


RRHA is here to help as you work towards increased stability, economic independence, and a better quality of life. Through direct services and partnerships with community organizations, we offer services focused on:

  • Education — for improving quality of life and skills and encouraging personal growth;
  • Health — for personal and family health and wellness; and
  • Workforce development — for preparing and assisting residents seeking employment.
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Resident Services Coordinators

Our Resident Services Coordinators help families living in public housing to strive for self-sufficiency.

Coordinators are on hand at all RRHA public housing communities to connect you to programs for the information and skills you need to move ahead. They also create individualized family plans that leverage your strengths while addressing your specific needs.

Are you a current RRHA public housing resident? Contact us to request services!

Resident Services Coordinators

  • Creighton: 804-780-4836
  • Fairfield: 804-780-4809
  • Fay Towers/Old Brook/4th Avenue/Fulton: 804-780-6000
  • Gilpin: 804-780-4304
  • Hillside: 804-780-4833
  • Mosby: 804-780-3436
  • Stonewall/Decatur/Fox Manor/Lombardy Senior Cottages/Bainbridge: 804-780-4792
  • Whitcomb: 804-780-4932

Other Contacts

  • Resident Services Director: 804-780-4291
  • Resident Program Specialist: 804-780-4832
  • Family Self Sufficiency Program Coordinator: 804-780-4887
  • Office Support Specialist: 804-780-4835
  • Transportation: 804-780-6146

Services

Popular referral services through community partners and agencies include:

Youth Services

City of Richmond Department of Parks and Recreation: After school tutoring, Reading, Sports, Cultural enrichment

City of Richmond Public Schools: Education, Truancy, Sports

City of Richmond Police Department: Community Policing, Police Athletic League, Safety education

Richmond Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA): Prevention services, Youth leadership, Counseling

Virginia Commonwealth University: Mentorships, Leadership, Volunteerism, Lobs and Lessons tennis program

Science Museum of Virginia: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)

Boys and Girls Club of Metro Richmond: After school tutoring, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), Leadership, Cultural enrichment, Employment, College Preparatory Activities, Scholarships, Feed More

Richmond Opportunities Inc.: Tomorrow’s Promise Scholarship (College & Technical School)

First Tee of Richmond: Golf

Churchill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT): After school tutoring, Reading, Mentorship

Mayor’s Youth Academy: Summer Employment, Cultural enrichment, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), Scholarships

Adult Services

Adult Services: Offering support to single adults age 18+.

Richmond City Health District: Community Health Resource Centers: Preventive health services, Blood pressure and diabetes screening, School physicals

Richmond Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA): Prevention services, Leadership, Parenting, Counseling

Virginia Commonwealth University: Leadership, Volunteerism, Health education and Wellness

City of Richmond Public Schools: Basic Adult Education, GED

Equus Workforce Solutions: (One Stop): Assessment, Education and Skills Training, Employment Coaching, Work experience, On-the-Job Training (OJT), Supportive Services, Case Management

City of Richmond Office of Community Wealth Building ( BLISS and Center for Workforce Innovation Programs), Assessment, Education and Skills Training, Employment Coaching, Work experience, On-the-Job Training (OJT), Supportive Services, Case Management

Healthy Hearts Plus: Parenting and Pregnancy services, Health and Nutrition

Shalom Farms: Health and Nutrition, Fresh Produce distribution and cooking class

Feed More: Monthly Food distribution

Strategies to Elevate People (STEP): Job preparedness, youth reading programs

Senior Services

On-site staff is on hand in RRHA’s senior housing communities for counseling, referrals, wellness programs, field trips, and social outings that keep elderly residents active and involved.

City of Richmond Public Library: Senior Book Club

City of Richmond Department of Parks and Recreation: Water Aerobics, Computer Classes, City-wide Active Adults Program

SportsBackers: Health, Wellness and Fitness

Project Yoga Richmond: Health and Fitness

Virginia Commonwealth University-Richmond Health and Wellness: Weekly On-site Health clinics, Nutrition, Health and Wellness, Preventive Services

If your nonprofit is interested in providing services to residents in RRHA communities, please contact us!

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Family Self-Sufficiency Program

FSS helps eligible applicants to develop assets and achieve economic independence. Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive an interest-bearing escrow (savings) account.

Available to both public housing residents and HCVP participants.


Come to us for a home. Stay for the professional support.


As a resident of RRHA, we work hard to help you build the skills needed to support both yourself and your family. Certain residents may be eligible for job training, employment opportunities, or contract opportunities in projects or activities in RRHA neighborhoods.

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