The quality and affordability of homes directly impact the well-being of its residents those living within them. Homes with peeling lead paint, mold issues, insufficient ventilation or heat directly impact the health of those who reside there. These are all barriers to a child’s development and an adult’s well-being. For example, a child living in a home with insufficient ventilation or mold is much more likely to develop asthma. Asthma is the number one reason for school absenteeism throughout the country. Further miring our families in the cycle of trauma and poverty.
Passage Home currently owns and operates 130 units of affordable housing throughout Wake County and has plans to build 200 additional affordable housing units in 2020.
If you are interested in partnering with Passage Home to bring more affordable housing units to Wake County, please contact our CEO.
If you are in need of housing, please reach out to our Housing Specialist, Terrie Johnson.