Learn what VOA Carolinas has to offer for Housing in the Carolinas





Persons with

For seniors, maintaining independence is very important.
At Volunteers of America of the Carolinas, we provide housing
for seniors who want to live independent lifestyles where
they can thrive and age in
place. Our senior residents
deserve the quality of life
that they desire and find on
our campuses.
Our properties provide low-
income working families a place
to call home.  Whether you are interested in our Asheville, NC
units or those in South Carolina each Volunteers of America property has its own leasing
office and its own application process.  By contacting the
property manager associated
with a particular complex you
will learn what is unique about
the site of your choice.
Every veteran deserves a place
to call home. At
Maple Court Veterans
Transitional Housing Program
a veteran finds support to move toward permanent housing while linking with other needed community resources.
 It is our philosophy that
housing for persons with
disabilities should reflect
the needs and wants of the
persons who reside in those
homes. The apartments should
be capable of accommodating
the changing needs of residents. Volunteers of America of the Carolinas has two properties in North Carolina and one in South Carolina to meet such needs.