About

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide access to food, utility bill assistance, and educational resources for area residents who have experienced or are experiencing an emergency.

Our Vision

Our vision is to close the gap of unmet emergency needs for area residents through regional collaboration with partners, community members, and social service agencies to:

  • Equip local congregations with resources 

  • Compliment human and social services

  • Implement a diverse, united approach to addressing acute needs

Our History

In 1988, several congregations worked in concert with the Chesterfield Colonial Heights Department of Social Services and came together to create an alliance to serve those experiencing emergencies who reside in Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Hopewell, Petersburg, and Prince George, Virginia.

Our Values

Compassion

We will serve in an impartial manner with empathy and sincere concern for all.

Collaboration

We will work together as a team in partnership with various community resources to effectively respond to the needs of our clients.

Integrity

We will be truthful and ethical in all we do and to all we serve.

Diversity

We respect the inherent differences of all and are committed to providing unbiased services.

Accountability

We will be good stewards of all resources entrusted to the organization by using defined and measurable business standards and practices. We will invest our time and resources to actively pursue and support CCHASM.