The Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority is committed ethically and financially to making Richmond, Va. a better place to live and work. The agency has been at the forefront of community development for more than 63 years. RRHA provides quality housing for low- and moderate-income families, the elderly and the disabled with decent housing. With 4,100 units of public housing, RRHA is Virginia's largest housing authority. In all, RRHA's housing and community development programs directly serve more than 33,000 Richmond citizens. But RRHA works to provide much more than housing for Richmond families. The authority extends a helping hand to families who are working to achieve self-sufficiency--through the authority's award-winning and innovative educational and job-training programs. For residents of RRHA's housing for the elderly on-site service staffs provide counseling, wellness programs and social and recreational activities. Cultural and educational programs, including computer classes, also complement the active, independent lives of Richmond s elderly residents.