AFH's permanent housing programs offer men, women and children the opportunity to move off the streets and in to a stable living environment. With approximately 1 out of every 12 homeless persons diagnosed with HIV* many of these individuals and families would continue to cycle through emergency services, hospital care, and live an impoverished life. With our services, all of them are able to obtain the health, skills, and financial stability to live independently.
We operate five permanent housing units to those living with HIV/AIDS.
Housing the chronically homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS and with permanent disabilities in order to increase stability and self-sufficiency
Housing single, HIV-positive individuals in order to provide support to help with issues related to substance abuse and mental health
Housing single HIV-positive women in order to empower and prepare them to move forward in a healthy and productive lifestyle.
Housing mothers and their children who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS to escape the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Housing HIV-positive young adults between the ages of 18-24 in order to provide life skills and guidance as they transition out of homelessness or foster care and into adulthood.
*As reported by the 2013 Houston Area Integrated Epidemiologic Profile