HIV/AIDS Housing Plan Released

Wooten, Amy
February 2008
Windy City Times;2/6/2008, Vol. 23 Issue 21, p5
The article discusses the five-year HIV/AIDS housing plan called "A Place to Call Home," released by the Aids Foundation of Chicago and the Chicago Department of Public Health in Illinois. It is designed to address the affordable housing crisis facing people with HIV or AIDS. It relates the prevalence of homelessness among people with HIV/AIDS. The plan calls for 800 more housing units for people with HIV/AIDS by 2012.


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