Low-Income Housing



Urban Manor


Safe, affordable housing is available for low-income individuals and families at a property managed by CCFW.The mission of Urban Manor is to help low-income individuals and families achieve long-term self-sufficiency in housing by offering affordable and safe apartments with on-site supportive services.  


Service Criteria:
  • Applicants must consent to a rental history, credit history and criminal background check
  • No eviction history within the last three years
  • No applicants with a history of violent or sexual crime will be accepted
  • All applicants must be working or enrolled in a CCFW or partner agency case management program
  • Income requirement is 2x the rental rate
  • Housing vouchers are accepted (call for details on rent and other options)

Location, Hours, and Contact:

8300 Calmont Avenue
Fort Worth, Texas 76116 

Office hours are Mon. – Fri., 9:00 to 5:30 (office closed for hour lunch each day)

Property Manager: Cathy Bailey
Phone Number: 817.244.4133
E-mail: urbanmanor@ccdofw.org

Rates:
BedroomsBathrooms Sq. Footage Standard Rate Standard Deposit 
1 1 680         $600 $200 
21870$705$250
22952$720 $250
21.5 *w/d connect980$720$250
2 *w/d connect1360$890 $300
421940 $1090 $400

Pet fee of $150 per animal, some breed restrictions apply

Rental rates include water, sewer, and trash

Casa Inc.


A housing community for low-income elderly and disabled/handicapped persons located in the cultural district of Fort Worth. Catholic Charities housing facilities are affordable communities.


Service Criteria:
  • Must be 62 years of age or older
  • Income limitations set by Department of HUD guidelines
  • Each resident must be able to live independently
*Please note that we are not currently accepting applications for disabled individuals under age 62 due to a change in guidance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Continue to check our website for changes in application requirements.

Housing & Amenities:

One and two bedroom units are available, with carpeting and tile throughout, utilities  (water & electric) included in rent, cable-ready, emergency pull cord system in all  apartments, range and refrigerator provided, individual heating and air conditioning, 24 hour on-call maintenance, and after hours security. The facility has a social case manager on staff to help facilitate the needs of the residents. 

Facility includes community center, computer lab, library, handicap parking, residential parking, professionally landscaped grounds, handicap-accessible units, laundry facilities on each floor, personal locked mailboxes and is pet friendly. Meals on Wheels are available for those eligible for services. 

 Casa’s community center is a designated Senior Center managed and operated through Senior Citizen Services, Inc. Senior Citizen Services provides two meals each week day for the residents and neighborhood seniors wanting to participate. Senior Citizen Services also provides educational and recreational activities during the day for  the Casa Senior Center participants.

A public transportation bus stop is located outside our gate on Sondra Drive and there are many shopping opportunities within either walking distance, driving distance or on the bus routes from our facility.

Cost:

Monthly rent varies by client and is based on 30% of the annual adjusted* gross income of the household, as described by Department of HUD guidelines. *Adjusted gross income include medical expenses and assets.

Location, Hours, and Contact:

3201 Sondra Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

Office hours are Mon. – Fri., 8:30 to 4:30

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact us!

Phone Number: 817.332.7276
Fax: 817.877.0487
For the hearing impaired, call TTY-Relay at 711

Catholic Charities does business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Laws. Catholic Charities does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, household status, or national origin.




 Casa II and Casa Brendan, Inc.


Casa II and Casa Brendan are housing communities located in the rural setting of picturesque Stephenville, the county seat for Erath County. Catholic Charities housing offers safe and affordable communities. 


Service Criteria:
  • Must be 62 years of age or older
  • Income limitations set by Department of HUD guidelines
  • Each resident must be able to live independently
*Please note that we are not currently accepting applications for disabled individuals under age 62 due to a change in guidance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Continue to check our website for changes in application requirements.

Housing & Amenities:

  • We offer both one bedroom and efficiency units, with tile throughout. 
  • Residents have access to the following amenities:
  • Wheelchair-accessible units
  • Utility allowance & discounted cable options
  • Range & refrigerator provided
  • Individual central A/C & heating
  • Pet-friendly ( < 25 lbs., 1 per unit)
  • Residential parking with disabled/handicap options
  • Community Center & library
  • Landscaped grounds with personal garden spaces
  • Personal locked mailboxes
  • Two (2) laundry facilities
  • Trash pickup
  • 24-hour emergency maintenance
  • After-hours courtesy patrol
Cost:

Monthly rent varies by client and is based on 30% of the annual adjusted* gross income of the household, as described by Department of HUD guidelines. *Adjusted gross income include medical expenses and assets.

Location, Hours, and Contact:

1300 Hyman Street
Stephenville, Texas 76401

Office hours are Mon. – Fri., 8:30 to 4:30

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact us!

Phone Number: 254.965.6964
Fax: 254.968.3072
For the hearing impaired, call TTY-Relay at 711

Catholic Charities does business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Laws. Catholic Charities does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, household status, or national origin.


 Nuestro Hogar, Inc.


Nuestro Hogar, Inc. is a housing community that is located in a quiet residential neighborhood of Arlington, Texas for low-income elderly and disabled/handicapped persons. Catholic Charities housing facilities are affordable communities. The facility also has a social case manager on staff to help facilitate the needs of the residents.


Service Criteria:
  • Must be 62 years of age or older
  • Income limitations set by Department of HUD guidelines
  • Each resident must be able to live independently
*Please note that we are not currently accepting applications for disabled individuals under age 62 due to a change in guidance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Continue to check our website for changes in application requirements.

Housing & Amenities:

Efficiency and one bedroom units are available, carpeting and tile throughout, utility allowance given for those who qualify, cable ready, emergency pull cord system in all apartments, range and refrigerator provided, individual heating and air conditioning, 24 hour on call maintenance and after hours security. This facility has a staff social case manager to help facilitate the needs of the residents.

Facility includes community center, computer lab, library, handicap parking, residential parking, professionally landscaped grounds, handicap accessible units, laundry facilities on property, personal locked mailboxes and pet friendly. Meals on Wheels are available for those eligible for services.

Cost:

Monthly rent is based on 30% of the resident’s annual adjusted gross income as described by Department of HUD guidelines. *Adjusted gross income include medical expenses and assets.

Location, Hours, and Contact:

709 Magnolia Street
Arlington, Texas 76012

Office hours are Mon. – Fri., 8:30 to 5:00

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact us!

Phone Number: 817.261.0608
Fax: 817.861.6178
For the hearing impaired, call TTY-Relay at 711

Catholic Charities does business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Laws. Catholic Charities does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, household status, or national origin.