Low Income/Subsidized Private Rental Housing HIV/AIDS

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    Taxonomy Code: BH-7000.4600-450 HIV/AIDS

    Custom Taxonomy. Low Income/Subsidized Private Rental Housing for people with HIV/AIDS.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Affordable Housing Apartments, Community HousingWorks, Marisol ApartmentsOffers 10 affordable housing apartments that vary is size in Oceanside for consumers or families that have at least 1 person in the household with HIV/AIDS.North CoastalAffordable Housing ApartmentsCommunity HousingWorks
    Affordable Housing Apartments, South Bay Community Services, La PosadaOffers 12 affordable housing apartments (units) for consumers or families that have at least 1 person in the household with HIV/AIDS.SouthAffordable Housing ApartmentsSouth Bay Community Services
    Permanent, Affordable, Emergency and Supportive Housing, TownspeopleProvides safe, permanent, and affordable housing to people with low-income and who are living with HIV/AIDS. Operates 52 affordable apartment units in the city of San Diego that are rented as permanent homes; not transitional apartments. HOPWA Emergency Housing Program will be available to case managed clients needing targeted short-term housing. Clients will need to be seen by appointment and a case manager will need to come to initial appointment. Will house individuals up to 21 days with individuals being housed one week at a time. Clients will need to have a very solid housing plan that includes housing placement after the housing assistance.CentralPermanent, Affordable, and Supportive HousingTownspeople
    Sunburst Youth Housing Project, San Diego LGBT Community CenterProvides safe and supportive housing units for homeless youth including LGBT youth. 3 units are for HIV positive youth. Offers case management, mental health services, employment and mentoring, independent living skills, and recreational services.CentralSunburst Youth Housing ProjectSan Diego LGBT Community Center

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