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Housing

Cape Regional Housing Initiative and Housing First Voucher Programs
A range of housing options are available specifically to people living with HIV/AIDS including a total of 35 permanent supportive housing vouchers, congregate and scattered site housing units throughout Cape Cod and the Islands funded through the following U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Shelter Plus Care programs.

Foley House
Foley

The Foley House was created in the mid-1990’s to address homelessness for people living with HIV/AIDS.  This 10-unit congregate housing program is a joint partnership with the Provincetown Housing Authority (PHA) and ASGCC.  The PHA owns the building however ASGCC provides staff to oversee day to day operation.  The primary eligibility criteria is homelessness.  Residents also have an HIV-diagnosis and must be willing to live cooperatively within a congregate and harm reduction living situation.    While the units are almost always fully occupied we do maintain a wait-list.

Rental and Utility Assistance
The Rental Assistance Program (RAP)
The Rental Assistance Program (RAP) delivers short-term emergency assistance to people living with HIV/AIDS who face eviction, unaffordable housing, and high utility bills.  Funding is also available to assist with rental start-up costs for newly housed individuals.

To learn more or to apply for or to be put on the wait-list for Foley House, Cape Regional Housing Initiative or Housing First programs contact one of our offices and request to speak to a Medical Case Manager.
Provincetown: 508-487-9445
Hyannis: 508-778-1954

South Shore Community Action Fuel Assistance Program
The South Shore Community Action Fuel Assistance Program provides low income households with help paying home heating bills.

To apply for rental and or utility assistance you must bring the following types of information to your appointment:

Last 4 weeks gross income for everyone in the household.
All income must be documented such as Wages, Unemployment,
Social Security, Pensions, Veterans Benefits, Child Support, TANF,
EAEDC, etc.

  • Any adult receiving income for a minor must have proofof that income.
  • For the Self Employed, a copy of complete 2013 Federal Tax Return with all schedules attached
  • Full Time Students (18 years and older) need current documentation from the school or college.
  • Complete Electric Bill
    Heating Bill
  • Mortgage, Homeowners Insurance
  • Real Estate Tax or lease
  • Photo ID
  • Social Security numbers and Birth Dates for all members in the household

 

Provincetown/Truro
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Cost-Free Comprehensive HIV and STI Testing

We provide cost-free HIV & STI testing at these locations:

336 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
508.487.8311

428 South Street
Hyannis, MA
508.778.1954

65b Town Hall Square
Falmouth, MA 02540
774.763.6656

Hyannis Office

Client Services & Prevention
428 South Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Tel: 508.778.1954
Fax: 508.778.4501

Provincetown Office

Administrative & Client Services
96 Bradford Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
Tel: 508.487.9445
Fax: 508.487.0565

Ptown’s Prevention and Screening

336 Commercial Street. #10
Provincetown, MA 02657
Tel: 508.487.8311
Fax: 508.487.5914

Coming soon: 148a Commercial Street

Falmouth Office

65B Town Hall Square
Falmouth, MA 02540
Tel: 774.763.6656
Fax:774.763.6658