GEDCO’s Justice Housing serves men and women who were previously homeless and who are living with HIV/AIDS by providing housing in scattered site apartments.
Due to our successful track record in providing permanent housing with supportive services, in 2008, the city asked GEDCO to take on this program from another non-profit organization that was unable to continue its services.
- Visiting each resident in his or her home, Case Managers ensure that program participants have access to needed health and social services and encourage and support residents to continue striving to achieve meaningful goals.
- Case Managers also assist residents by assessing residents’ history; designing an individual goal and action plan for success; and monitoring residents’ progress, adjusting when necessary.
- In addition, the Case Managers advocate and ensure that the residents’ housing location and situation is supportive of their journey towards self-sufficiency.
- Our collaborative approach with other organizations brings special health and wellness services, activities, events, and more to our residents.
For More Information
- Contact Cathy Raab at 410-433-2442 ext. 18 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To apply for housing for people who are homeless, call “211” and ask about Coordinated Assessment. A screening interview will help to find the quickest and most appropriate housing.