Housing Homelessness

Housing Homelessness Project

Project Name Description Amount Date Approved
Housing Homelessness Project

Raleigh acquired a hotel to ensure residents with barriers to housing could remain stably housed during the pandemic. Future plans for the hotel include mixed occupancy, combining the existing extended-stay model with opportunities to provide permanent supportive housing and other types of affordable housing.  
CASA, an experienced non-profit affordable housing developer, will manage the property and coordinate the delivery of services to both existing guests and new guests who will occupy the permanent supportive housing units.   
Through this project, individuals and families faced with economic challenges during Covid were able to obtain or maintain affordable housing.  

$10 million Council approved - Sept. 21, 2021  
The City closed on the hotel on Sept. 24, 2021 
ARPA Housing Justice Project Contractual relationship with Campbell Law School for eviction legal representation for Raleigh residents and to work with Campbell Law School to create an appropriate funding structure consistent with the Rules of Professional Conduct of the North Carolina State Bar for tenant lawsuit settlement assistance $500,000 May 3, 2022
ARPA Homelessness Diversion Pilot Program The Homelessness Diversion Pilot Program is designed to successfully prevent, divert, and rapidly exit individuals/households from the homeless response system. Triangle Family Services, Inc and Passage Home, Inc will administer two separate diversion pilot programs that serve Raleigh residents.  $500,000  December 6, 2022

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