HRHA updates and information regarding the Corona Virus (COVID-19)

HRHA is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation seriously.

Our website will be updated regularly and include general information about the virus as well as updates to our operating procedures as they are enacted. Thank you for your patience during this time.

This page will be updated regularly
Last updated April 7, 2020

HRHA General Information and Protocol to COVID-19 (March 11,2020)

COVID-19 Information from the Virginia Department of Health 

COVID-19 Information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention 

Weekly Updates regarding COVID-19

COVID-19 April 6, 2020 Update

Staying at home is the best way to help keep you, your family, and your community safe. HRHA is continuing to operate on essential staff status to support…

Social Security Commissioner Press Release Regarding COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments for Beneficiaries

On Friday April 3, 2020 Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul provided an update to persons who receive SSI in relation to the recently passed COVID-19…

COVID-19 March 30, 2020 Update

HRHA is monitoring the COVID-19 situation seriously and adjusting operations accordingly. As you know, HRHA serves some of the most vulnerable populations…

Updates to HRHA Operations effective March 16, 2020

1. All interim and re-certifications will be conducted through an online form or over the phone until further notice.

2. The main office will not be open to the public. Documents can be signed/dropped off but in person meetings will not be held.

3. JR Polly Lineweaver and Lineweaver Annex buildings are closed to visitors. Only family and health care personnel may enter. All entrances except for the front entrance will be locked. Family and health care personnel must sign in. Entrance will be open 9:00am to 4:30pm.

4. Work orders will only be completed if life or safety issue.

5. Rent statements will be mailed, NOT picked up in office.

6. New applications for housing assistance, and move ins will be temporarily suspended. We will provide notice when new applications and move ins will resume.

7. HRHA is working diligently to prevent delays in housing assistance payments to HCV landlords. Thank you for being patient during this time.

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. Cases in the United States began in January 2020 and continue to increase.

Tenant Forms & Resources

For HCV Landlords & Owners

We do not anticipate delays in rent payments, but economic changes impacting our households may happen rapidly.  If COVID-19-related rent changes due to job loss cannot be finalized by the first of the month, retroactive adjustments will be made. Please see the letter from our Executive Director Michael Wong below for more information. This web page will also be updated regularly.

Letter from Michael Wong to HCV Landlords regarding COV-19

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