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North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services



Because of the emphasis the Division places on successful independent living, there are four program areas to assist people to find and maintain housing.
  1. Assistance is offered to those living in or moving to North Carolina in the following and other areas: identifying rental housing locations; guidance relating to landlord tenant relations and tenantís rights and responsibilities; reasonable accommodations and reasonable modifications opportunities; identifying agencies that assist with foreclosure prevention; identifying grants or loans for home repair; and reverse mortgage counseling referrals.† Oversight and monitoring of the HCCBG Housing and Home Improvement service is offered.† Contact Nancy Evans for more information.
  2. Assisting people who have extremely low income, who have disabilities and who may be homeless to gain access to and maintain permanent independent housing in apartment communities participating with the DHHS/North Carolina Housing Finance Agency Targeting Program. †Targeting Program tenants receive supportive services from local human service agencies and state-funded Key rental assistance subsidizes Targeted Unit rents. †Contact Ellen Blackman for more information.
  3. Providing operation of the North Carolina Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program which provides funding to nonprofits and local governments for the following activities: (a) homeless shelter operations and services; (b) rapid re-housing services; and (c) homelessness prevention services.† Contact Joseph Breen for more information.
  4. Actively participating in housing issues associated with the Transitions to Community Living Initiative which is part of the State of North Carolina and the United States Department of Justice settlement whereby people with mental illness must be allowed to reside in the least restrictive setting in their community of choice.† Contact Ellen Blackman for more information.

    Links for more information

Emergency Solutions Grant North Carolina Housing Finance Agency Resource Guide
Elder Housing Locator Housing Resources
Locating Rental Housing Tax Incentives/Home Modifications
Tax Relief Programs Reverse Mortgage Info
Universal Design Retirement Considerations
Continuing Care Retirement Communities  

For those needing nursing or assisted living - Long Term Care Options



Last updated April 14, 2015