Culpeper Community Development Corp

Transitional Housing
Culpeper, VA
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602 South Main Street
Culpeper, VA - 22701

(540)825-7434 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. saitken@erols.com

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About Culpeper Community Development Corp

CCDC grew out of a need for emergency housing for the homeless. CCDC recognizes that the cause of homelessness is due to the lack of safe decent and affordable housing. CCDC strives to meet this need and at the same time provide the tools for becoming self-sufficient.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

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Anonymous - Jul 24, 2019

I am looking for any information regarding housing for my 51-year-old son; a recovering alcoholic who has been sober since 2012. He needs some sort of housing to help him progress to being able to live alone and perhaps find work.

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