The NSW HIV Supported Accommodation Program provides places for residents of NSW who have HIV and are unable to live independently in the community, or who require some level of support with daily living.
As a minimum, for a person to be eligible for supported accommodation they must:
- be a resident within NSW
- be infected with HIV
- have a cognitive or physical impairment which precludes them from living independently or have multiple needs directly related to their HIV infection which prevents independent living.
HIV must be the significant factor for the person’s inability to live independently and support must be required to perform tasks of daily living.
Dame Eadith Walker House (Yaralla House)
24-hour high care residential nursing facility in Concord for people with HIV related brain impairments such as HIV Associated Dementia (HAD) and PML.
Places: 10 high care, 1 respite.
Medium term accommodation in a residential house for people with medium to high level needs. The Villa is a partnership between Adahps and Bridge Housing.
Places: 4 bedrooms in a shared house.
Short to medium term respite accommodation, in a residential home, for people and/or their carers who require low support.
Places: 4 in a shared house.
Port Jackson Supported Housing Program
Short to medium term supported accommodation for people with low to medium needs who require support to live independently. An initiative of St George Community Housing, with accommodation allocated to Adahps.
Places: Variable number of units.
Other housing options
HIV/AOD Integrated Care Program
Operating outside of the Supported Accommodation Program The Haymarket Centre's Stabilisation Unit accommodates people with HIV, current alcohol and other drug dependency, homelssness and another condition.
Places: 4 beds.