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Community Alternatives for Supportive Abodes Overview
CASA believes that people with disabilities and individuals of low wealth who have the ability to live independently in the community should be able to. CASA works to provide affordable housing in concert with supportive services that make this possible.
83% of CASA's long-term tenants (tenants who have been with CASA for at least 12 months) continue to remain stably housed each year.
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What is the first item of business when you arrive at a new campsite? You pitch your tent. It is hard to imagine eating, drinking, bathing, etc., without doing that first. One of my parents and many of my patients would have enjoyed healthier lifestyles, if they could have first established a safe ...
It has been my privilege to serve on the CASA board and to see firsthand what a fantastic job the CASA staff does and the enthusiasm and dedication they bring to each project and each client. This starts at the top with Executive Director, Debra King, but all of CASA's executive staff is ...
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In NC, CASA stands head and shoulders above any other provider of decent safe and affordable housing for people who have serious and persistent mental illness. They've been doing this work with marked success in Wake County for more than twenty years. In recent years they've expanded to Durham and...
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