Carrington House provides housing for catastrophically injured heroes and their families in the following ways:
- Donations of housing near key military hospital centers for families during the difficult post-injury recovery process.
- Donated homes from Bank of America are remodeled and sold by The Carrington Companies. Funds from sales of those homes are used to build new homes for Veterans.
- The Carrington Companies repair, renovate and build custom, adaptive homes in communities across the United States to meet the unique needs of each wounded Veteran, so they can live independently and comfortably.
With construction management provided by Carrington Development Company, each home is designed to meet the special needs of each wounded Veteran and their family. All of the money raised for Carrington House is allocated directly toward home construction. Since this program began, Carrington House has helped 20 Veterans and their families find their forever homes through remodels, rebuilds, renovations, and land purchases. CCF has spent over $3.3 million on custom home builds. The are 3 more homes in progress.
First Carrington House Recipient
The first Carrington House in Oceanside, California is located near the Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base. Donated to the Carrington House Project by Bank of America, this home offers a wounded Veteran and his family a living situation suited for their unique needs. Newly renovated from the ground up, this home project took 75 days to complete and welcomed the Holmes family in June 2014.