Housing

Urgent Need Rental Assistance Program

Assistance may pay up to three months rent. Contact JCC Housing to learn more about the requirements of this program and find out if you qualify.

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Do you need help paying rent?

Eviction Prevention Program

Because many health problems can be connected to housing, especially during the current pandemic, the Williamsburg Health Foundation has provided funding to assist JCC residents who are unable to pay rent.

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Online Workshops

JCC Housing hosts monthly workshops on a variety of topics related to financial health and housing. Take a look at our Educational Programs page to learn more about coming classes.

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Glass Door with James City County logo and 5320 Palmer Lane

The Housing Office is Open by Appointment

The lobby of the Housing Office is available to submit and pick-up paperwork or to discuss your needs with Housing staff. Those exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or recently exposed to a sick person will not be allowed into the building.

Paperwork may be submitted to the Housing Office by mail, email, fax or left in the drop box on the front of the building. Most appointments can be made by phone or video conference.

If you need immediate housing assistance please call 757-259-5340.

How-to-be-a-Good-Renter-WorkshopHow to be a Good Renter

November 30, 2021 – 10:30 a.m.
November 30, 2021 – 6 p.m.

James City County Office of Housing is offering two free virtual workshops with tips and resources to help residents be successful renters.

Please join us via Zoom for a one-hour workshop with Regina Chaney from Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME).
Register here.

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About the Housing Office

The Housing Unit is charged with addressing affordable housing needs and works closely with federal, state, other local agencies, community organizations and the private sector to offer a wide range of housing assistance services to low- and moderate-income County residents.