Housing and Case Management
Trinity Arms is a two-year, 17-unit supportive housing program aimed at helping homeless families achieve self-sufficiency. Trinity residents are paired with a case manager that provides intake and assessment services, and matches clients with an array of supportive services including food and clothing, health and nutrition, life skills development, financial literacy and debt management, employment training and development, job placement and benefits assistance.
These supportive services are provided directly by CFLS or through partner agencies including CAAB, University of the District of Columbia, the Junior League, Hope and a Home, Food and Friends, Capitol Area Food Bank, Bright Beginnings, and others.
With stable housing, case management and an array of supportive services most Trinity Arms residents increase their skill levels and/or incomes, obtain greater self-determination, and achieve independent residential stability within just two years.
For additional information about the program, including eligibly requirements contact Cilenia Whitted at 202-864-6297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CFLS provides affordable long-term housing for 35 formerly homeless single adults, many of whom are veterans, and/or have mental, emotional, or health challenges. Besides safe and secure housing, Milestone residents receive intensive case management, substance abuse counseling and relapse prevention support, employment counseling and access to emergency services. Through these services Milestone Residents are able to live fuller lives of self-empowerment and sustainability.
For additional information about the program, including eligibility requirements, contact Cathy Batson at 202-864 6234 or email@example.com.
CASE MANAGEMENT FOR PERSONS LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS
Community Family Life Services provides case management for individuals and families that are infected with HIV/AIDS. Case managers help locate housing opportunities, manage treatment and medical care adherence, assist with client education and work with other programs in Washington, DC to facilitate a healthy transition to a state of self-sufficiency.
For additional information about CFLS Medical Case Management programs contact contact April Wills at 202-864-6236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.