CASA is bringing to life eleven units of permanent supportive housing for Durham veterans who are homeless and have disabilities. The future tenants of this building, men and women who have served our country, will enjoy the basic joys that come with having a home –...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 hands-on landlords, committed to our tenants and their neighborhoods.
Our goal for each tenant is that they never face homelessness again.
Lace up those sneakers! Join CASA supporters and friends as part of Team CASA in the Great Human Race on March 29th. This annual Durham race includes a 5K, 10K, and a FREE Community Walk. So come on board and be a part of our team.
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