Housing Resources and Employment Support Programs

Chesterfield County offers a wide range of assistance options, including those for emergency housing services, employment support programs, and home repair and housing assistance. These include grant-funded programs through our community organization partners.

In addition to resources listed in the sections below, these tri-city area organizations offer assistance to Chesterfield County residents:

  1. Emergency Housing Services
  2. Employment Support Programs
  3. Home Repair and Housing Assistance

Emergency Housing Services

This information is available to download in English (PDF) and in Spanish (PDF).

Central Virginia Legal Aid Society (CVLAS): Eviction Prevention Program
Facing eviction due to COVID-19? Free legal counsel is available to income eligible persons through Central Virginia Legal Aid Society or call 1-800-868-1012.

Foreclosure Prevention
Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) provides help for those facing imminent foreclosure. For more information, call 804-354-0641 or email HOME.

Homeless Connection Line
Homeward’s Homeless Connection Line (HCL) helps find resources and shelter alternatives for those who are three days or less from losing their housing. The HCL offers trained Diversion Specialists who can assist households within 3 days of losing their housing to problem-solve, access community resources, and connect to homeless assistance if needed. Call 804-972-0813 for assistance.

Housing Resource Line
The Housing Resource Line (HRL), provided by the Partnership for Housing Affordability, is a centralized connector for residents who have housing needs. Call 804-422-5061, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or complete the HRL online form.

Virginia Mortgage Relief Program
Income eligible Chesterfield households facing an economic hardship due to COVID-19 may be eligible for mortgage relief. Visit Virginia Mortgage Relief to submit your name for future updates.