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Virginia Supportive Housing

Leadership Team

Executive Director / CEO Allison Bogdanovic
Chair Pamela Goggins
Board Member Nathalia Artus
Board Member Keith Conley
Board Member F. Heatwole
Board Member Jack Horn
Board Member Jim Mellendick
Board Member Sharon Nusbaum
Board Member Sharon Payne
Board Member Jason Snook
Board Member Anne Thomas-Hines

Board Demographics

Board Demographics -- Ethnicity

Board Demographics -- Gender

Staff

Full Time Staff 108
Part Time Staff 27
Volunteers 800

Awards and Recognitions

Award Name Awarding Organization Year Awarded
Best Green Residential Project Award - The Crossings - Charlottesville Virginia Sustainable Building Network 2012
Best Regional Partnership Virginia Governor's Housing Conference 2018
Combatting Homelessness Award National Council of State Housing Agencies 2013
Courage Award - Gosnold Regional SRO - Hampton Roads Volunteers of America 2008
Eureka Mentor Award Eureka Communities - Boston 2002
Housing Achievement Award - A Place To Start Program Office of the Governor 2009
Housing Achievement Award - FIND for Families Office of the Governor 2000
Housing Achievement Award - Gosnold Apartments - Hampton Roads Office of the Governor 2007
Housing Achievement Award - New Clay House Office of the Governor 1993
Housing Achievement Award - Permanent Supportive Housing Office of the Governor 2004
Housing Achievement Award - The Crossings - Charlottesville Office of the Governor 2012
Housing Partner Special Projects Award - Heron's Landing - Hampton Roads Hampton Roads Housing Consortium 2013
Innovation in Homeless Service Provision Award - A Place To Start Homeward 2010
Innovation in Homeless Service Provision Award - Richmond Area Collaborative to End Homelessness Homeward 2013
Innovative Deal of the Year - Crescent Square - Virginia Beach Urban Land Institute 2016
Multi-Family New Construction of the Year for Energy and Resource Efficiency - South Bay Apartments - Hampton Roads Earthcraft Virginia 2011
Multi-Family New Construction of the Year for Energy and Resource Efficiency - The Crossings - Charlottesville Earthcraft Virginia 2012
Steve Netherly Award for Overcoming Homelessness - Orvilee Banks, former VSH Client Homeward 2009
Success Award for Quality and Accountability Homeward 2004

Collaborations

Description
In Richmond, VSH has long-standing relationships with homeless service providers and health providers in the Richmond community including the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority, The Daily Planet, Bon Secours, VCU Health Systems, the Veterans Administration, the Department of Social Services, CARITAS and other homeless service providers. These organizations are partners in providing services to VSH clients. VSH is a leading partner in a multi-sector collaborative within Richmond’s existing homeless service system – The Richmond Area Collaborative to End Chronic Homelessness (RACECH). Collaborative initiatives include: coordination of outreach and housing access efforts with the homeless population; collaboration with The Daily Planet for the physical/mental health and dental care needs of consumers; collaboration with the state’s SOAR program to educate consumers on SSI/SSDI benefits acquisition; staff participation in Continuum of Care planning; regular meetings with local and state psychiatric hospital discharge planners for referral purposes; and, using state wide peer groups to provide trainings regarding wellness and recovery for clients. Collaborative members meet regularly to reduce duplication of services, identify and target vulnerable individuals, and monitor progress toward ending street homelessness. These efforts ensure that limited resources are used most effectively to end homelessness for the most vulnerable. The VSH Housing Development team was the first in the nation to work with governmental entities across jurisdictions to create regionally financed housing developments to meet community needs in the Hampton Roads region. VSH was also the first permanent supportive housing developer to utilize collaborative funding from the counties of Chesterfield, Henrico, and the City of Richmond to develop the Studios at South Richmond.

Government Licenses

Mental Health Care/Facilities
Substance Abuse Treatment Services/Facilities