Housing Support Services

Our Housing Support Services program addresses the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS who face homelessness, the threat of homelessness, or who may need assistance to maintain or retain current housing.

Housing specialists will assist clients in acquiring, financing, and maintaining affordable and appropriate housing. Services include formulating housing plans, assisting clients in applying for housing assistance, moving into housing, educating clients about tenant rights and responsibilities, providing referrals for additional supportive housing services, and acting as an ongoing liaison between clients, property owners, and case managers.

Note:

The Short Term Assistance Program is not funding applications until available funds are released. Clients may continue to submit applications so that their application is on file when funding is released.

Housing staff are working virtually and are available Monday-Friday by phone and email.

If you do not have a Housing Specialist, please call the Housing Support Services appointment line at 213-201-1637 and leave your name and number so someone can get back to you. The Housing Support Services line is checked daily.

Get in Touch

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with a housing specialist,
please call our appointment line at 213.201.1637 or send an email to bbrown@apla.org.