CAU provides community-based housing and support services in residential neighborhoods for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Choose from community-based supervised apartments and DDD group homes in NJ, or in-home support for members who live independently in their owned or rented apartment, condominium, or free-standing home.
Who Can Apply For Our NJ Supportive Housing Program
The New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), within the Department of Human Services (DHS), is the New Jersey state agency that can provide supports and services to individuals 21 years of age or older with an intellectual and/or a developmental disability (I/DD). Learn more on the DDD website.
Our DDD NJ-Approved Housing Vacancies
We have just about every type of housing accommodation on the market! CAU residential staff receive advanced training to support complex medical and behavioral needs. Contact us for more information.
Vacancy available for one male in a home shared with 3 male roommates in Scotch Plains. This unit is located on the second floor and is not... VIEW DETAILS
Vacancy available for one female in a shared home in Roselle. This unit is located on the second floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Residential... VIEW DETAILS
Vacancy for a male in a home that houses four individuals in Fanwood. This vacancy is on the second floor. Residential staff are on site 24/7 and... VIEW DETAILS
Room available for a male in a clean and spacious home shared with roommates. Residential staff are on site 24/7 and receive advanced training to... VIEW DETAILS
Bedroom available for a female in a home shared with two female roommates in Scotch Plains/Westfield. Residential staff are on site 24/7 and receive... VIEW DETAILS
One vacancy available for males in a home shared with male roommates on the second floor. Private back entrance, washer and dryer in house.... VIEW DETAILS