Community Case Review

Who, What, Where, When and How


Individuals and families with significant and/or unusual barriers to housing are referred by a community case manager for assistance with a case plan to end homelessness or prevent homelessness. 


The CCR is a planning team staffed by anchor agencies selected by the TJACH Service Providers Council, including representatives from the day haven, area shelters, the Community Services Board, the Departments of Social Services, and the Housing Coordinator. 

The CCR process develops and reviews plans for individuals and families living in homelessness or at risk of homeless to identify and secure services and supports that will lead to stable housing.

Where and When?

The CCR meets at the The Crossings at First and Preston, 401 4th St NW, Charlottesville, on the 1st and 3rd  Wednesdays of the month from 1-3:00. 

If you are presenting a case, please arrive at the building about 10 minutes prior to the start of the meeting.  Be sure to check in with someone in the room.

There is limited parking in the lot and street parking, and it is walking distance from downtown Charlottesville.

  1. Complete the release of information and the Coordinated Assessment Packet with your client. This must be completed by a community case manager and not directly by the household experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. Each family member older 18 or older must have their own completed coordinated assessment packet and signed release forms. For households with children under 18, please complete the Family VI-SPDAT including in the Coordinated Assessment Packet. (Click here for the Coordinated Entry Packet. 
  2. Submit an electronic copy of the packet to the CCR Convener, Rob Hull.  Referrals received by 5 pm the Thursday before the next scheduled CCR will be considered for the agenda that week.
  3. The CCR Convener will send out the confirmed agenda on the Monday prior to the meeting.
  4. Your case presentation (10 minutes) must include discussion of:

 Basic needs: birth certificate, identification, social security card

 Other programs/services involved:  public assistance programs-SNAP, Medicaid,    CPS, APS, SSI, VA, Region Ten, Probation and Parole, etc.

 Who is the worker and how are they helping with the housing plan?

 Your assessment of the primary challenge to safe/stable housing


Contact CCR Convener Rob Hull at

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