A total of 90 residents between Clare Apartments and Clare Midtown received subsidized housing. Of these low-income individuals 30 were formerly homeless, 11 were considered chronically homeless, and 49 needed affordable housing.
32 residents were enrolled in the assisted living program in the apartments. These individuals received supportive services such as, nursing care, medication administration, hands on assistance with activities of daily living, and building independent living skills. The remaining residents are more independent and received supportive services as needed.
The assisted living clients had a 97.5% adherence to their HIV/AIDS medication.
The average length of stay at Clare Apartment is 25 months. 4 residents have been living at Clare Apartments since it opened in 2005.
74% of the residents at Clare Apartments have achieved 2 or more years of stable housing.
1 resident received compassionate, quality end-of-life care.
5 residents are employed and 2 are attending school.
Community-Based Care Homes
30 individuals resided at one of Clare Housing’s community-based care homes.
Grace House I was transitioned back to St. Joan of Arc in March 2012. During the closing of the house the following residents moved within Clare Housing’s programs: 1 resident moved into the assisted living program at Clare Apartments and 2 residents moved to another community care home.
Clients had a 97.5% adherence to their HIV/AIDS medication.
2 residents received compassionate, quality end-of-life care and/or hospice services.
2 residents, although disabled, maintained part-time employment.
Scattered-Site Affordable Housing
Clare Housing provided housing for 8 individuals and 9 families with children in the Project Cornerstone program.
85% of residents retained housing in the program.
All individuals and/or families in the program received supportive services from Clare Housing staff in collaboration with HIV case managers to achieve housing stability and coordination of services.
The average length of stay in the program is 32 months.
Summary Of Population Served
The residents of Clare Housing represent the diversity of people most impacted by HIV/AIDS in our community: 38% African American, 12% Latino, 6% American Indian, and 44% Caucasian; 17% women and 83% men; the average age of residents in the community care homes is 49 and in the supportive housing apartments is 40; more than 50% have a mental health diagnosis; 70% have a history of chemical dependency; and 50% have been homeless at some point in their lives.
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