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Housing Is HealthCare

This toolkit has been designed to help other organizations or groups of individuals who are committed to starting their own supportive housing for people living with HIV/AIDS. We have found that using a housing first, harm reduction approach to care is an effective way of helping people who are chronically homeless and living with HIV/AIDS to improve their clinical outcomes.

This toolkit features The Open Door, an AIDS United Retention in Care grantee.

  • Housing is HealthCare

    This toolkit is designed to help organizations start their own supportive housing for people living with HIV/AIDS. Download this free resource from AIDS United!

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