ACNL’s Transitional Housing Program aims to provide safe, affordable housing for persons 18 or older who are living with, or at risk for HIV/AIDS and/or HCV. The program provides light case management services to residents and aims to promote housing stability, enhance quality of life, build on individual strengths, and encourage independence.
ACNL has 6 on-site housing units (five 1-bedroom and one 2-bedroom)
- Accessibility features, self-contained, external entrances
- Shared laundry facilities
- Rent according to affordable housing guidelines
ACNL is not able to:
- Administer medications
- Provide treatment for physical or mental illnesses
- Provide any type of homecare service
- Provide permanent housing
- Provide transportation
- 18 years or older
- Living with, or at risk for, HIV/AIDS and/or Hep C
- Willing to develop a case plan and work toward the achievement of self-identified goals
- Willing to sign and abide by established guidelines and a Tenancy Agreement
How to apply: ACNL currently receives housing referrals from Coordinated Access, led by End Homelessness St. John’s (EHSJ), and fills vacancies accordingly. For more information on Coordinated Access, please contact End Homelessness St. John’s.