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In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have reduced in-person interactions to the bare minimum by having as many employees work from home as possible while still being able to maintain operations. Designated staff will continue responding to resident phone and email messages concerning changes in income and maintenance needs. Please see the contact information below to get in contact with the appropriate team at DHA.


Contact Information

Additional property management contact information can be found under the individual property listings on Our Communities page.


DHA'S Board Approved HUD Waivers as of June 2020 (COMING SOON)

Here is a list of trusted local resources with good information about COVID-19:

DHA in partnership with the Durham County Department of Public Health and OptumServe will be conducting free COVID-19 testing on four of the DHA properties.

You may register and make an appointment for testing by visiting https://lhi.care/covidtesting, or by calling 877.562.4850. Please note that phone registration should only be used for people without internet access or are registering a minor for a test.

Walk-up testing will be available, but we encourage residents to register and schedule an appointment. Anyone who meets the virus testing criteria can be tested, including people who are underinsured, uninsured, undocumented or homeless. Symptoms of COVID-19 can be found on the NCDHHS website.

Durham FEAST Feeding Program Continues

Durham FEAST continues to provide FREE complete meals, fresh produce, and shelf-stable ingredients to children and adults experiencing food insecurity during COVID-19. Food is available for all children. Children do not have to be DPS students. Any Durham family can pick up from any site. Families that cannot do pick-up can sign up for Wednesday home deliveries here: https://support-bullcityschools.netlify.app/ 


NCDHHS Updates

NCDHHS Identifies Percent of North Carolinians at Higher Risk for Severe Illness from COVID-19

People should remember the 3 W's when they leave home:

  • Wear a face covering.
  • Wait 6 feet apart from others.
  • Wash your hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds

CDC Updates 

Child smiles while wearing sunglasses. Text reads: (High risk from an underlying condition.)  Maybe you'll only get a little sick. But what about the person you pass it to? Staying home protects you and others.


Click here for more frequently asked questions (FAQs) about COVID-19.

Durham County Covid-19 Data Hub

Durham County's priority is the health and safety of our residents. We continue to use every available resource to prepare our communities for the spread of COVID-19. A new data hub site provides information and resources for our county.

Covid-19 Assistance. All information listed as text below.

NCDHHS Hotline
Call 2-1-1 or 888.892.1162
Available 24/7

Durham County Hotline
919.635.8150
Available 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, 7 days a week

Text COVIDNC to 898211 to sign up for text updates
Hotlines and text cannot provide direct medical service.
dcopublichealth.org  

In an effort to stay up to date with the most current and reliable information about Coronavirus Disease 2019, please refer to the following websites:

Map showing the location of Durham within the state of North Carolina

Serving the City of Durham, North Carolina