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HIV Services

A space and movement that is focused on equal access to prevention and care for all.

Whether you are a long-time survivor, or recently diagnosed, being HIV-positive is a manageable condition.  Proper medical treatment is essential, but there are other important aspects to living well with HIV.  Our team of licensed professional counselors and social workers are here to link you with vital resources, benefits and services, and help you achieve the physical, emotional and financial balance that make the difference between living and thriving, instead of simply surviving.

Housing Assistance

If you are living with HIV/AIDS and are homeless or at risk of losing your housing, the Montrose Center can help you access a variety of resources to help you achieve stability. Through the federal Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program, the Montrose Center administers the following types of assistance to qualifying HIV+ individuals:

  • short-term mortgage assistance
  • short-term rental assistance
  • short-term utility assistance
  • extended rental assistance
  • rent deposit assistance

In order to access housing assistance, you must become a client and meet with a case manager who will assess your eligibility and housing needs.

Currently, there is a waiting list for HOPWA assistance; however, a case manager may also be able to help you identify and access other housing resources within the community.

View our Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Data Use and Disclosure policy here.

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HIV Counseling

A safe space to gain knowledge, assistance and/or treatment for your overall wellness. The Montrose Center offers individual, couples/family and group counseling for those whose lives have been affected by […] More »

HIV Testing & STI Prevention

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