Resident Services

Piedmont Housing Resident Services play an important role in the lives of members of our communities. Resident Services works with community partners to coordinate programs and services for residents of all ages focusing on health and wellness, financial capability, and community engagement.

Resident Services works closely with our Housing Counseling team and community partners to provide residents with what they need.

Eviction Prevention Program

Our eviction prevention program is available to all residents at Piedmont Housing Alliance-managed communities. The approach of the program is twofold: solve the immediate crisis, and provide long-term support to get residents on the path to financial well-being.

Unexpected expenses, particularly for residents on fixed incomes, can be a critical challenge. The buildup of fees, court costs, and other life expenses creates a vicious cycle of financial obligation that can feel impossible to escape. The initial goal of enrolling residents in the EPP is to provide immediate intervention in whatever manner possible. As we work to provide that assistance, we also connect residents with Piedmont Housing Alliance’s Housing Counseling team. As a HUD-approved housing counseling agency, Piedmont Housing is able to provide residents the education and resources needed to maintain financial health.

Food Security

Resident Services has partnered with the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank to bring food onsite at Piedmont Housing communities. We also regularly partner with local businesses to provide snacks and hot meals to our communities.

Support our Seniors (SOS) and help them combat loneliness as COVID-19 continues to limit in-person programming.

If you are interested in donating to or partnering with resident services, contact our resident services coordinator at mmonaco@piedmonthousing.org.