COVID-19 Response and Resources
We continue to evaluate our path forward as we continue operations in the midst of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. Our leasing offices are open for in-person meetings with residents by appointment only.
Our Berkmar office remains closed and the Housing Counseling team will continue to meet with clients remotely.
What We’re Doing and How You Can Help
- Club TAYA. Support teens and young adults who are dealing with fewer summer programs and job opportunities due to COVID. Purchase items from our Amazon list that we will distribute to teens and young adults at our multifamily communities.
- S.O.S – Support Our Seniors. If you are looking for a way to impact the life of another individual during this difficult time, consider supporting our S.O.S. program by sending a few kind words to our 55+ community members. Your message will lift their spirits and help them remain optimistic during this challenging time.
- Piedmont Housing Resident Resource Guide. We’ve compiled a resource guide for neighbors at our communities. Download it here.
Precautions at our communities
In addition to the above precautions, the following are being taken at our communities.
- Visitor limitations. Residents at our senior living communities are encouraged to limit the number of visitors they welcome into their home until further notice.
- Entrances/Exits. For the foreseeable future, each senior living community will have one main point of entry and exit.
- Limited use of communal areas. Residents will limit gathering in communal areas such as the lobbies and community rooms of each community. All gyms/workout rooms, community center, libraries and other communal areas are temporarily closed. Laundry rooms remain open.
- Regular Check-ins. We will be conducting regular check-ins with residents at our senior living communities via phone.
- Heightened sanitizing and cleaning. Staff sanitizes our communities once a day and we have contracted a cleaner at many of our senior communities.
These resources will be updated frequently.
Financial + Material Resources
Health + Wellness Resources
- Virginia Department of Health coronavirus resources
- Tips for Managing Stress
- National Alliance on Mental Illness COVID-19 Information and Resources
- The Women’s Initiative
- Sentara Health
- Charlottesville City Schools
- Albemarle County Public Schools At-Home Learning Resources
- Greene County Public Schools
- Nelson County Public Schools
- Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
- Loaves & Fishes
- Nelson County Pantry
If you have questions about COVID-19, please call the Thomas Jefferson Health District’s COVID-10 hotline at 434-972-6261. The hotline is open for any community member who has questions about COVID-19 Coronavirus and is staffed Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.