Recently, SERCAP’s Facilities Development Grant Program assisted The Town of Pamplin City, a small incorporated community straddling both Appomattox and Prince Edward Counties, with funds for an improvement to their Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). According to the most recent available data, 49.7% of Pamplin City’s 223 residents have an income below the poverty level, a remarkable 78.6% greater than the Commonwealth of Virginia’s 10.6% poverty level.
15 January 2021
SERCAP's Regional Program Continues Long-term Assistance to the Town of Port Royal in Caroline County, VA!
Since 2015, SERCAP has been providing Technical Assistance (TA) to the Town of Port Royal in Caroline County, VA, in order to provide both temporary assistance and a long-term solution, to transform the Town’s dilapidated and fiscally distressed wate...
31 December 2020
SERCAP’s Housing Counseling Program Delivers Online Series of Holiday Focused Financial Education Workshops!
Throughout November and December 2020, SERCAP’s Housing Counseling Program has been delivering its Holiday Extravaganza Financial Education Workshops as an Online workshop series. Since becoming a HUD approved Local Housing Counseling Agency (LHCA) i...
17 December 2020
Recently, SERCAP’s Housing Department assisted a low-income family of three (3) living in Louisa County, VA, to complete several necessary repairs and upgrades to their home. The family, a couple and their disabled adult son, has lived in their home ...
10 December 2020
SERCAP's Housing Department Assists Low-Income Couple in the Town of Dillwyn in Buckingham County, Virginia!
Recently, SERCAP’s Housing Department assisted a low-income couple living in the Town of Dillwyn in Buckingham County, VA, as part of the Dillwyn Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) project. The household, consisting of the low-income married co...