Denson Apartments for Veterans, Phase I Now Open! On November 18, 2014 CASA brought to life eleven units of permanent supportive housing for Durham veterans who are homeless and have disabilities. The tenants of this building, men and women who have served our country, enjoy...Read More
By restoring boarded-up and abandoned property to functional, beautiful affordable apartments, CASA’s work can benefit entire communities. This old home from the 1940s was transformed into a stately apartment building for moderate-income members of Durham’s workforce, and has contributed to the revitalization of Durham’s Old Five Points neighborhood.Read More
For over 2 decades, CASA has sought to create affordable and accessible housing choices for persons with disabilities. Developments like Robertson Hill in Raleigh help to broaden the housing options for persons with disabilities, who deserve to have a choice in where they will live, just like everyone else.Read More
- a formerly homeless CASA tenant
CASA stands out from other affordable housing developers.
We focus on a unique niche: extremely low-income people with disabilities.
We are a hands-on nonprofit property manager, committed to our tenants and their neighborhoods.
Our goal for each tenant is that they never face homelessness again.
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Buy your ducks for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Rubber Duck Race
CASA is a community selling partner for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Rotary Club Rubber Duck Race. Buy your ducks today for a chance to win great prizes. Learn more
SAVE THE DATE: The Cabin for CASA 2.0 to be held Thursday, Sept. 17
Join us for another wonderful evening as we celebrate CASA through our annual fundraiser. Mark your calendars and consider becoming a sponsor for The Cabin for CASA 2.o today. Learn more
CASA CEO Debra King named ‘Tar Heel of the Week’ by News & Observer
Longtime CASA CEO Debra King has been named ‘Tar Heel of the Week’ by the News & Observer in response to her work providing housing and managing properties for people living with disabilities and veterans who are homeless. Learn more
Hull’s Landing coverage as seen on WRAL
WRAL was on site April 13 for the Open House Celebration of Hull’s Landing, which houses 10 veterans. See their story