We primarily serve families and individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other disabilities, including mental illness, substance abuse, and others. Our housing is open to households who have extremely low to moderate incomes at the time they enter our programs.
Not all of our residents have HIV/AIDS, but all households have at least one person living with some type of disability. In 1991, when we began our first housing programs, we only accepted persons living with HIV/AIDS into our programs. Today, we’ve expanded our client base to include persons living with other disabilities. Some funders target their funds to specific groups. For example, our rental assistance and case management programs are currently restricted to persons or households living with HIV/AIDS.
We serve both families and individuals in our housing and supportive services programs.