In Loving Memory of
22 Years of Service to
CADA Head Start Program
CADA has Closed Housing Choice Voucher Program Waiting List
As explained in the notice published September 27, 2017 for the Opening of the Waiting List for the Housing Choice Voucher Assistance Program provided by Choanoke Area Development Association of NC, Inc. (CADA) for Bertie and Hertford Counties , the waiting list would be closed when 400 completed applications were received. CADA has now received 400 completed applications and is therefore, closing the waiting list.
To determine your position/place on the waiting list, you may access the waiting list electronically at https://choanoke.housingmanager.com and input information required to retrieve your position. If you do not have internet access, you may call (501) 404-4133 and answer the required questions to determine your place/position on the waiting list.
CADA is a private, non-profit organization, a Community Action Agency, whose mission is to assist low income citizens achieve self-sufficiency and a better quality of life. Our purpose is to promote through regional cooperation, the industrial, agricultural, recreational, educational and general economic well being and health and welfare of the citizens of Bertie, Halifax, Hertford and Northampton Counties.
Post Office Box 530 120 Sessoms Drive
Rich Square, North Carolina 27869
On July 1, 2016, Choanoke Area Development Association of NC, Inc. (CADA) officially became the state designated Community Action Agency and Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) administrator for Martin County. As the state designated agency for the County, CADA’s Board of Directors was increased to include board members from Martin County. Community Action Agencies are required to have a tripartite board with representatives appointed by the County Commissioners, representatives elected from identified districts to speak for the low-income, and representatives from the community-at-large. The two Board Members appointed by Martin County Commissioners are Barbara Council and Tina Rodgers. The new Board Members elected by districts are Sheriqueenma Artis-Rodgers (District 1) and Carolyn Thompson (District 2). The Community-at-Large Representatives are Dr. Ann Britt, Martin County Community College and David Whitley, Martin County Chamber of Commerce.