FAQ & ApplicationsTenants & Providers FAQ
What is CASA?
Can CASA provide emergency housing and/or financial assistance?
What types of housing does CASA have, and where are CASA apartments?
For individuals with a disability verified by a qualified professional. Composes about 80% of CASA’s housing units.
What are the qualifications for CASA Supportive Housing?
Why do some CASA apartments have different qualifications than others?
Does CASA accept housing vouchers?
Who can submit a Supportive Housing Application?
How do I apply to CASA Supportive Housing?
What happens after I turn in my application for Supportive Housing?
How can I improve my chances of being matched with a CASA apartment?
- Housing voucher status
- Family size
- Homeless status
- Address and contact information
- Support person or agency/contact information
How much rent do CASA tenants pay?
Will a criminal background, poor credit, or a negative rental history disqualify me?
CASA does not complete a credit check or rental history check on supportive housing applicants. A criminal background check will be completed for every applicant and reviewed along with the completed application.
How long does it take to get a CASA apartment?
Are CASA apartments smoke free?
In 2017, CASA will phase in a smoke free policy for our apartments on the West Jones Street / Boylan Ave. campus. Read more about our transition to smoke free housing here.
Where can I find other housing resources?
Contact the county where you live to find out more about services in your area:
- Wake County Coordinated Intake: 919-861-1195
- Durham and Wake County Behavioral Healthcare: website or 800-510-9132
- Orange, Person, and Chatham County Cardinal Innovations: website or 919-913-4000 (toll free: 800-939-5911)
For individuals or families who earn a modest wage. Composes about 20% of CASA’s housing units.