Supportive Housing

Supportive Housing

APM Supportive Housing programs provide long-term help to the homeless by providing housing assistance and services that provide the tools necessary for successful independent living. Program participants gain confidence and hope through drug and alcohol counseling, life skills training, language skills development and job experience.

APM has a limited number of housing options available for individuals diagnosed with co-occurring disorders, including substance abuse, mental health, and/or HIV/AIDS. The programs provide individuals comprehensive case management services that tailor action plans to individual needs. In addition, our programs promote resident involvement in the community at large through socialization and recreation opportunities.

 

Supportive Housing programs, offering case management combined with rental and utilities subsidies for  homeless individuals and their families:

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA or La Casa Project):

  • Case management for persons with AIDS who may not need housing, just help with access to services.
  • Tenant Based Rental Assistance for a limited number of persons.
  • COVID-19 related supports for persons living with AIDS and their families.
  • Those interested may apply for intake through our La Casa Project staff at (267) 460-5736

Permanent Supportive Housing (Hogar, Hogareño, SERÁ and Abriendo Caminos):

  • Both tenant and project based rental assistance programs, offering long-term housing and case management support to the most vulnerable of the homeless.
  • Participation in these programs is by referral only from Philadelphia’s Office of Homeless Services through their system of Coordinated Entry.
  • Those interested may apply for intake through our staff at (267) 460-5832

Targeted Case Management: Services for persons with serious mental illness and a co-occurring condition;

  • Participants receive housing supports through Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA)
  • Participation in this program is by referral only through the Philadelphia T.I.P. (Transitions, Integrations, and Partnerships) Unit.
  • Those interested may apply for intake through our staff at (267) 331-4935

Eviction Prevention: Assistance for tenants and homeowners threatened with eviction.

  • Those intersted may apply for intake though our staff at (267) 460-5736

 

Location:

4301 Rising Sun Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19140

 

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