At CASA, we believe that no one should be forced to experience homelessness. That’s why we work to create high-quality and affordable houses for people living in poverty in Raleigh and the rest of North Carolina’s Research Triangle.

 

Permanent Supportive Housing in Raleigh and Durham, NC

CASA’s Supportive Housing units are for individuals, veterans, and families living with disabilities. If you or someone you know is currently living without a permanent home. We also offer Workforce Housing for those earning a low wage. Learn how you can apply to move into a CASA apartment.

Interested in learning more about living with CASA?

Join us for an Information Session in Chapel Hill on Wed., August 21, 10:00am-11:00am, at the Chapel Hill Library, Room A.
You’ll hear a presentation and meet CASA staff, who can help with your application or talk with you about how to help someone else apply.

Supportive Housing
for Individuals With Disabilities, Veterans, and Families

At least one member of a family must be living with a disability to qualify for supportive housing. That individual, a family member, or a support provider can turn in the first phase of the application.

 

Workforce Housing

CASA’s Workforce Housing units are for households earning a low wage. Eligibility is based on income, and income ranges vary by unit. CASA tenants usually spend around 30% of their income on rent.

 


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