Permanent Supportive Housing

HOPWA Permanent Supportive Housing programs provide permanent, scattered site apartments to homeless adults and/or families living with HIV/AIDS. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment.

The following programs are funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene:

  • CAMBA’s Promise I provides 25 permanent scattered site apartments to homeless single adults (including chronically homeless adults) and/or families living with HIVAIDS.
  • CAMBA’s Promise II provides 25 permanent scattered site apartments to single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living.
  • The Right Program provides 50 permanent scattered site apartments to single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living.

The following programs do not accept referrals. Caseworkers should contact the NYC Human Resources Administration for further information.

​​The Moving Forward Housing program

Program Summary: The Moving Forward Housing program provides 50 units of scattered site housing to chronically homeless single adults who are living with HIV/AIDS and who suffer from serious and persistent mental illness and/or a substance abuse disorder. Clients’ spouses and domestic partners can live with them, but no minor children, adult children and/or friends are allowed to live with clients. Staff provide case management and other supportive services to enable clients to achieve the skills and financial independence necessary for independent living.

Promise I Housing Program

Program Summary: CAMBA’s Promise I provides 25 permanent scattered site apartments to homeless single adults (including chronically homeless adults) and/or families living with HIVAIDS. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment.

Eligibility: Homeless single adults (including chronically homeless adults) and/or families living with HIV/AIDS
Clients Served Annually: 25
Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Promise II Housing Program

Program Summary: CAMBA’s Promise II provides 25 permanent scattered site apartments to single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment.

Eligibility: Single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living
Clients Served Annually: 25
Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

The Right Housing Program

Program Summary: The Right Program provides 50 permanent scattered site apartments to single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living. All program clients receive case management and housing maintenance services. Clients with income (employment, SSI, SSD, etc.) are required to pay a program fee as a rental payment. ​

Eligibility: Single adults living with HIV/AIDS who are diagnosed with a substance disorder that is a barrier to independent living
Clients Served Annually: 50
Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.​

The Scattered Site Housing Programs

Program Summary: The Scattered Site Housing Programs are a community-based, independent apartment housing program for HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) clients. They serve both individuals and families. All apartments are leased in CAMBA’s name. CAMBA provides case management and housing maintenance services. Clients also receive partial financial assistance for their utility bills.

  • We serve 130 clients annually in Brooklyn
  • We serve 140 clients annually in Queens. Seventy-five percent of the units in Queens are for single individuals and 25 percent are for families.

This program is funded by the NYC Human Resources Administration.

Contact

Promise I Housing Program
T: (718) 462-8654

Promise II Housing Program
T: (718) 462-8654

The Right Housing Program
T: (718) 462-8654