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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Homeless & Housing, Homeless Centers, Housing Development, Construction & Management, Housing Rehabilitation, Human Services, Mental Health, Residential Mental Health Treatment

Mission: 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.

Results: 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.

Target demographics: CASA focuses on the hardest to house and only charges 30% of a person's income for rent. The majority of CASA's units are for people who have a disability and/or who have been previously homeless.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Citizens in the community of low wealth, who may have a disability, who may have been homeless.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Developer and landlord for people who are homeless and disabled. Consumer friendly....places the client's needs first.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

CASA is a leader in providing housing for persons with disabilities. Their expertise in this area is exceptional for the partnerships they have developed; the quality of their design; and the services that provide stabiilty for persons who could easily fall through the cracks. CASA has led the way in addressing the gaps in the safety net by seeing that persons with disabilities have good, quality and affordable housing.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

CASA is the premier housing developer for persons with disabilities in Wake County, NC. Our agency operates a shelter for women who are homeless, most of whom have some form of mental illness, substance addiction or a combination of both. CASA consistently works with our case managers to make suitable housing available for our clients in need of supportive housing. The positive relationship we have had with CASA goes back for more than 15 years. Without CASA, our community would be at a loss for supportive housing.