Virginia Housing Trust Fund Homeless Reduction Grants

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Governor Youngkin recently announced the 2023 award recipients from Virginia’s Housing Trust Fund Homeless Reduction Grants program. Bay Aging received two grants, one for its Rapid Rehousing program and one for its Scattered Site Permanent Supportive Housing program. Over $12 million was awarded to 68 projects across Virginia. Funding will support rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing and support services for underserved populations.


“Bay Aging’s Homeless Solutions team looks forward to the continued opportunity to assist some of our region’s most vulnerable neighbors with overcoming barriers and securing traditional housing,” noted Angie Alley, Assistant Director, Housing Services. If you are experiencing a housing crisis, please call Bay Aging’s Housing Crisis Line at 804.286.9563, or email:


Pictured, from left:  Angie Alley, Assistant Director, Housing Services; Darlene Watson, Housing Navigator; Kenisha Martin, Housing Case Manager, Older Adults.


They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. But if you are age 60 or older, you can enjoy a free lunch and activities such as music, arts & crafts, and socialization opportunities at Bay Aging’s eight Active Lifestyle Centers (ALCs) in the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck. The ALCs are funded by [...]