Our Services| Housing
CAP’s Housing services offer three residential housing programs for homeless individuals living with HIV and two subsidy programs.
The residential housing programs all include working with a Housing Case Manager to set goals and participating in resident community meetings. The residential programs include:
Dave’s Place is a permanent housing program. Residents occupy single resident occupancy units that include a bedroom and half bath. Bath rooms, the kitchen, and common spaces are share by residents living in the community.
Juan Diego is also a permanent housing program. Some units are individual occupancy and some include shared entry and kitchen space.
CAP's Case Managers can share additional information around the residential program and housing subsidies with individuals. To begin the process, you need to become a CAP client.
Colorado AIDS Project (CAP) complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 in providing individuals with disabilities equal access to the services, programs, and activities CAP offers. Upon request, CAP will verify the need for, advocate for, and provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities.
All persons will be treated fairly and equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, familial status, disability, national origin, or source of income, in compliance with the Fair Housing Act.