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Adult Permanent Housing Program - City provides rental assistance and scattered site housing throughout Baltimore City. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency. Eligibility criteria: Homeless, very low income HIV+ individuals or other disability and their family members. Federal Funding Source: HUD Supportive Housing Program, Ryan White funds, HUD Shelter Plus Care, HUD 811s, Capacity: 110 units. Capacity: 20 units.

Adult Permanent Housing Program - County provides rental assistance and scattered site housing throughout Baltimore County. Supportive case management focuses on greater access to healthcare, substance abuse recovery, employability and income, with the goal of strengthening self-sufficiency. Eligibility criteria: Homeless, low income HIV+ individuals with a disability and their family members. Federal Funding Source: HUD Baltimore County Office of Community Conservation Shelter Plus Care, HUD Samaritan, Cherrydell SHP. Capacity: 17 units.

Update: AIRS owns and operates properties in Govans, Bolton Hill, Station North, Reservoir Hill, Charles Village, Cherrydell and Lauraville. In addition, we manage about 90 properties throughout the city and county owned by other landlords where our clients reside. Individuals and families pay 30% of their income toward rent with the balance being paid through their housing subsidy.

Beginning in July 2009, AIRS received its first housing contract in Baltimore County, making it the first permanent housing program with supportive services in that jurisdiction.
To Apply

This program accepts new applications for processing several times per year, advertised through email to referral sources and on this website. Interested applicants need to apply through their case manager. Required paperwork includes copies of birth certificate, social security card, proof of household income, and proof of qualifying disability. Applicants must be willing to accept case management services and be considered capable of living independently. If you would like additional information about AIRS Adult Permanent Housing Program, please call Steven Dashiell, Program Manager, 410-576-5070 ext. 36.
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