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Infographics: Creighton Court Residents Map Their Own Futures

Regardless of whether they’ve lived in Creighton Court for three months, three years, or three decades, every resident will soon need to find new housing. Creighton is the first public housing community in Richmond slated to be closed as part of a citywide affordable housing redevelopment process. Now, a powerful group of Creighton residents have begun paving the way for their neighbors to private market apartments, Section 8 housing, senior living communities, and Habitat for Humanity home ownership.

Read on to see the different routes three Creighton residents have taken to the next chapter in their lives with the support of Richmond City Health District’s Family and Senior Transition Coaches.

Though she never dreamed it would be possible, Rakeisha’s stable employment, improved credit history, and dedication to finding the best housing solution for herself and her children led her from Creighton Court to home ownership. To learn more about eligibility for Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity’s Home Ownership Program, click here.

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