Accessva.org provides a way for Virginians with disabilities to find an affordable, accessible place to live. Accessva.org also provides a variety of other information including information on accessible housing resources, and interactive map of Virginia Centers for Independent Living (CIL's).
Offers a one year transitional housing program to homeless men, women, and children with a broad range of needs. Also offers rental assistance and motel/hotel emergency assistance.
Culpeper housing and shelter services (CHASS)
CHASS https://culpepershelter.org/ 540-825-7434 602 S. Main Street, Suite 3, Culpeper The mission of Culpeper Housing & Shelter Services (CHASS) is to assure homeless and low income Culpeper residents have access to safe affordable housing.
Free resource that provides tenants facing eviction or lease termination with legal information, specific legal advice from an attorney, and referrals to other providers or services. For more information on emergency housing resources, go to the Virginia Poverty Law Center's website.
Long Term Care Facilities If you have questions or concerns about nursing home rights for discharge or transfer, we suggest contacting the Long Term Care Ombudsman in our region: Kathi Walker / call 540-825-3100, X3416
You can also connect to the Elder Rights website for Frequently Asked Questions about rights for nursing homes:
The Fauquier Family Shelter is a 24-hour, 52-bed emergency shelter in Warrenton, Virginia. In addition to providing shelter, the FFS emergency facility and multi-year transitional housing program both provide struggling local men, women and families with crucial life skills related to budgeting, employment, nutrition, homework and parenting.