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Housing for People Living with HIV/ AIDS (HOPWA) Permanent Supportive Housing

​​​​HOPWA Permanent Supportive Housing programs provide permanent, scattered site apartments to homeless adults and/or families living with HIV/AIDS.

Promise I Housing Program
T: (718) 462-8654

Program Summary: CAMBA’s Promise I provides 25 permanent scattered site apartments to homeless single adults (including chronically homeless adults) and/or families living with HIVAIDS. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment.

Eligibility: Homeless single adults (including chronically homeless adults) and/or families living with HIV/AIDS

Clients Served Annually: 25

Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Promise II Housing Program

T: (718) 462-8654

Program Summary: CAMBA’s Promise II provides 25 permanent scattered site apartments to single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment.

Eligibility: Single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living

Clients Served Annually: 25

Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

T: (718) 462-8654

Program Summary: The Right Program provides 50 permanent scattered site apartments to single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment. ​

Eligibility: Single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living

Clients Served Annually: 50

Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.​