The Short-term Housing program offers 10 individuals who are homeless and HIV-positive a safe, drug and alcohol-free community living environment for up to two years. Intensive case management and group and individual counseling are offered to help individuals become self-supporting and able to get and maintain their own housing.
The Emergency Shelter offers 3 beds for homeless individuals who have HIV/AIDS. A person may stay up to 90 days while also benefiting from intensive case management designed to help the resident find suitable, stable housing. The emergency beds were created to meet the needs of a particularly vulnerable population: HIV-positive adults whose already-compromised immune systems are further threatened by sleeping in a room with many other people at a large community shelter.