FAQ & Applications

Supportive Housing Referral + Application


CASA’s Supportive Housing is for individuals or families living with a disability.  Please see the steps below to submit a CASA Supportive Housing Application.


Step 1

Supportive Housing is most successful when a tenant has strong and consistent support.  CASA strongly recommends that each applicant secure ongoing support from a supportive agency, therapist/case worker, or a consistent friend or family member. Please review CASA’s Supportive Housing Referral information page for more information about referral partners.  Referral partners are not required for Supportive Housing applicants, but they are strongly recommended.


Step 2

Submit Part I of CASA’s Supportive Housing Application.  If there are changes to your family size, income, voucher status, or other information after you’ve submitted Part I, you must notify CASA in writing (see Step 5).

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Step 3

Once the referral and the application forms are received at CASA’s office, applicants will receive written confirmation that the application has been received. Written responses are sent within thirty days.


Step 4

When a matching CASA apartment becomes available, you will be invited to complete Part 2 of the Supportive Housing Application.  You will provide other supportive documentation with Part 2 of the application.


Step 5

Keep us updated!  If anything from your application changes – your voucher status, family size, address, contact information, etc – please let us know right away by completing and returning this form.  This information can help us match you to an apartment more quickly, so please be sure to keep your information with us up-to-date.

Mail: P.O. Box 12545, Raleigh NC 27605
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Hand delivery: 624 W. Jones St, Raleigh 27603 (M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm)

Please note that CASA’s housing is permanent housing and we are unable to provide emergency shelter. Durham, Orange and Wake Counties provide a list of service agencies or Crisis & Assessment Services that provide an array of resources. In Wake County, call Coordinated Intake at 919-861-1195 for help with emergency shelter options.

We participate in a statewide system that allows shelters and other homeless service providers to share information about the people we serve called the North Carolina Statewide Homeless Management Information System (NC HMIS).  NC HMIS keeps information about individuals seeking assistance at participating agencies in order to understand and improve services for people experiencing homelessness.  An individual may request that personal information be kept private by indicating this preference on the NC HMIS Release Form.  Please refer to the Privacy Policy for more information.