Virginia Supportive Housing

  • New Clay House to Get $12M Makeover

    Richmond’s New Clay House is about to get a makeover. On Monday, February 23, the Richmond City Council and Planning Commission approved a project that will renovate and expand the permanent housing facility for the homeless.

    Richmond 26 February 2015 15:01

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