Mission: Chp's mission is to provide housing services to individuals of low wealth. Chp develops, builds, preserves, weatherizes and manages sustainable, affordable housing stock. See schedule o for continuation of mission statement. Chp provides home ownership and resident services that promote financial literacy and stability; and trains others in energy and conservation practices.
Programs: Chp designs, develops, and builds sustainable, affordable housing for low income, elderly, mentally handicapped and/or physically handicapped, the homeless, and women and children in transition. In 2014, chp rehabilitated 564 units, constructed 10 new units of affordable multifamily housing, and designed 590 units.
chp owns or manages 4,785 units of multifamily housing serving low and moderate income residents. The portfolio managed by chp includes housing for elderly, chronically mentally ill, homeless, women and children in transition, and persons with disabilities. Chp's property management services also include the provision of resident services such as after school programs, financial literacy education, job readiness skills building and leadership opportunities. In 2014, chp supportive service coordinators and our partners delivered 165,747 units of programming to our residents. In addition, chp is a licensed real estate company serving low to moderate income homebuyers. Our continuum of services includes sales, access to below market mortgages, homebuyer education and home ownership counseling. In 2014, chp provided home ownership training to 608 households and provided access to down payment assistance and mortgages to 29 families. Chp realty sold 31 homes.
chp provides weatherization of homes, emergency home repairs, and emergency heating and cooling assistance to very low income individuals and families across virginia. Chp's new river center for energy research and training provides training and certification in heating and cooling service and installation, diagnostic testing and conservation methods to individuals, technicians and organizations that serve low income individuals across the u. S. In 2014, chp provided weatherization services for 1,250 households and served 700 unique individuals in weatherization and energy conservation training through our new river center for energy and training; conducted energy audits on 739 residential units.
Community Housing Partners is one of the top non-profit community development Corporations in the country. CHP has developed thousands of single and multifamily housing units throughout Virginia, Kentucky, Florida and other Southeaster states. CHP is committed to green building and sustainable design, one of the first CDC to do so.