Mission: To serve mississippians living with and affected by hiv/aids by creating and maintaining a homelike environment where residents may live with dignity, safety, and care while achieving the highest level of independence and quality of life; providing caring and supportive services to residents; and providing education and awareness to the public.
Programs: Transitional housing and supportive services for homeless women 18 years old and older who are in recovery from chemical dependence. During 2014, approximately 30 women were living in the home and the organization received a $220,000 hud grant.
hud transitional housing, rental assistance, master leasing, and permanent housing programs provide housing and services to homeless individuals and families living with hiv. Approximately 150 individuals are assisted annually by this program and the organization received a $600,000 hud grant.
hiv prevention and testing to reduce high risk sexual behaviors by intervening at the community level and to encourage treatment as prevention through pre and post exposure adherence to anti-retroviral therapies. During 2014, the organization helped over 500 individuals and the organization received a $50,000 msdh grant and a $20,000 grant from viiv healthcare.