Get Help with Apartment Listings
For an inquiry about living in a particular city or Apartment Unit please see our listings below for North Carolina and South Carolina apartment locations and contact information. Each property is listed with a phone number to call the property manager. You may also visit our national site here http://www.voa.org/find-housing and search for apartment complexes by state or desired zip code. If you have other questions please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-246-6734. For residents who may have an emergency, please follow your specific apartment guidelines for contact information.
How to Apply
Each Volunteers of America Apartment Community has its own leasing office and its own application process. Please contact each property directly if you or someone you know is interested in applying for an apartment in one of our communities. The property staff can answer your questions regarding apartment availability, rent, income requirements or restrictions and how to obtain an application to apply for housing.
Housing types available in the Carolinas:
Senior Housing in the Carolinas
At Volunteers of America, we provide housing for seniors who want to live independent lifestyles where they can thrive in a pleasant community. Our senior residents deserve the quality of life that they desire and our commitment to service-enriched housing offers them just that.
North Carolina Housing for Seniors
South Carolina Housing for Seniors
Family Housing in the Carolinas
Our properties provide low-income working families a place to call home. Each site has its own unique way to be home to children and their parents. By providing families with the space they need and services that help parents and their children thrive, we help families build communities.
North Carolina Housing for Families
South Carolina Housing for Families
Housing for Persons with Disabilities
It is our philosophy that housing for persons with disabilities should reflect the needs and wants of the persons who reside in the homes. The apartments should be capable, from both design and operational perspectives, of accommodating the changing needs of residents.
North Carolina Housing for Persons with Disabilities
South Carolina Housing for Persons with Disabilities
Veterans Transitional Housing
Maple Court Veterans Transitional Housing Program provides a temporary place to call home while a veteran is collaborating with community resources, stabilizing income sources and connecting to health services at the VA. A veteran staying a Maple Court works with a VOA case manager to secure housing and the means to sustain independent living.
- Maple Court Veterans Transitional Housing Program
- VOA-Carolinas SSVF assistance with permanent housing in 27 Counties of North Carolina for qualified military veterans