Finding Home: Tips and tools for guiding people living with HIV toward stable housing

 

Finding Home: Tips and tools for guiding people living with HIV toward stable housing

Download the housing toolkit (PDF)

Toolkit resources are listed below.

This toolkit is designed to provide resources to organizations to increase access to stable and permanent housing for people who are homeless or unstably housed, living with HIV, and who may have persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorders. It is primarily intended for Ryan White providers, medical case managers, peers/community health workers, and other “front-line staff” who provide direct services to individuals living with HIV who are experiencing homelessness.

The purpose of this housing toolkit is two-fold:

  1. To provide clinics with resources to help them develop, implement, and maintain effective housing services for their chosen client population.
  2. To provide clinical staff working with homeless or unstably housed clients with a “one-stop shop” guide for resources and tools to assist in locating housing and developing essential household skills.

To use this toolkit, download the PDF of the toolkit and then check out the resources below. If you have any resources you would like to see added to this list, please contact us at cahpp@bu.edu.


 

Resources

 

Quick Links: Getting the Organization Ready | Navigating the Housing Search | Staying Housed


Getting the Organization Ready


Navigating the Housing Search – Before and During

  • Sample Acuity Tools to Identify Client Level of Need:

Staying Housed