In seven programs across North Carolina, United Church Homes and Services proudly serves over 250 low-income seniors with affordable housing and support services.

Our housing communities are a rewarding accomplishment and have been made possible through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Visit our communities!

Carolina Senior Living

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Carolina Senior Living, located in Lexington, NC, consists of 30 spacious one-bedroom residential apartments. An added bonus is living adjacent to another United Church Homes and Services facility, Carolina SeniorCare. The two programs work hand and glove.

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Covenant Place

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Covenant Place, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina,  was conceived through a partnership with United Church of Chapel Hill, Covenant United Church of Christ in Carrboro and United Church Homes and Services (UCHS) in Newton, NC. The forty-two unit apartment building opened in 1998 and has been operated by UCHS since that time.

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St. Joseph’s Place

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St. Joseph's Place in Durham is a partnership between United Church Homes and Services and St. Joseph's AME Church conveniently located next door. As a HUD supported program, St. Joseph's provides affordable housing in lovely one-bedroom apartments for seniors.

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NOAH

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NOAH (New Bern Older Adult Housing) offers apartment housing in a  residential neighborhood convenient rich with history and close to shopping and medical offices. NOAH, in New Bern, North Carolina, is a supportive housing program funded by HUD for seniors (62 +) with limited income.

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Matthew's Place

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Matthew's Place, Albemarle's supportive housing community, offers apartment living in a neighborhood setting for older adults (62+) with limited income. Amenities include large living spaces, fully equipped kitchens and screened porches in each apartment building.

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Emmanuel’s Place

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Emmanuel's Place in Statesville, NC offers a supportive housing community designed as a neighborhood cluster. All apartments are ground floor with outdoor space and lots of windows. Emmanuel's Place residents are fortunate to be close to everything Statesville has to offer.

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The Willows

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The Willows in Burlington, NC, first opened in 1998 and was originally conceived as an outreach of the First Reformed United Church of Christ which is next door. The Willows has been home to hundreds of residents since it opened in 1998 and has enjoyed an excellent reputation as a supportive housing community.

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