Frequently Asked Questions

For prospective residents and service providers

General Information

What is CASA?

CASA is a non-profit affordable housing developer and property manager in Wake, Durham, and Orange counties in North Carolina. We provide supportive housing for people living with disabilities and workforce housing for people with low to moderate income.

Can CASA provide emergency housing and/or financial assistance?

CASA only provides permanent rental housing. Each county has resources available for those seeking emergency or financial help.

How much rent do CASA tenants pay?

CASA tenants pay about 30% of their income in rent each month.

Does CASA accept housing vouchers?

Housing vouchers are government-funded rental subsidies, often referred to as a Housing Choice voucher, Shelter + Care voucher, or a HUD-VASH for veterans. CASA accepts these vouchers, and encourages tenants to apply with their local housing authority.  

Who qualifies for CASA’s Housing?

People living with disabilities or families in which at least one member is living with a disability or households with limited income may qualify for CASA housing. CASA offers a variety of housing options to meet the needs of different people, so qualifications vary by unit. CASA is not currently accepting new applications for housing. 

How do I apply to live with CASA?

CASA is not currently accepting new applications for housing.


When will you being accepting applications for CASA housing?

CASA is focusing on those who previously applied for our housing and are waiting for a unit. As apartments become available, we are matching them with our current group of applicants. If you provide your contact information on this page, we will alert you when we are accepting applications again.

What do I do if I already applied to CASA?

If you applied for CASA Housing before January 1st, 2020, you are included in the group of current applicants. We will reach out to you when a unit is available. If you’re unsure when you applied, or have questions, please call us at (919) 754-9960. You may update your application information at any time using this form.

Where can I find other housing resources?

Visit our housing resources page for the most up to date information.