Supportive Housing

ABC’s Supportive Housing Program seeks to lighten the burden borne by families weakened by chronic illness, crushing poverty, and homelessness by offering families living with HIV/AIDS bright, sunny, nicely furnished permanent apartments along with critical supportive services that include access to the Keith Haring School on-site, as well as case management, psychiatric, educational, and recreational services. ABC’s Supportive Housing Program created the first replicable model for permanent, supportive housing for homeless families living with HIV/AIDS. Within these walls, families find refuge and can rebuild their lives with dignity, appropriate medical care, and the hope of a brighter future.