The basic need of shelter is vital for all individuals. We are prepared with different levels of housing based on the need of the individual. We create a home for individuals in a licensed Assisted Living facility, Transitional Housing, Broward House Owned Apartments and Scattered Apartments throughout the county. Our staff work to ensure all clients are safe and able to maintain maximum independence.
Assisted Living and Transitional Residential Programs
Who may live in our Residential Programs?
The Assisted Living Facility and Transitional Residential Programs serve the following individuals: HIV+ individuals who require Assisted Living; HIV+ individuals who are in Substance Abuse Treatment with Broward House or a collaborating treatment program or HIV+ individuals needing supported housing. These programs have an average stay of 365 days.
We also serve homeless individuals discharged from a hospital or shelter with an acute medical condition (these individuals may or may not be HIV+). This program has an average stay of 60 - 120 days.
During a stay at Broward House, residents are able to receive:
- 24 hour Nursing Supervision
- Medication Administration and Education
- Extensive Case Management
- Substance Abuse Treatment
- Daily Support Groups
- Life Skills Education including computer skills, resume writing, etc.
- 24 hour Peer/CNA Support
- Mental Health Services
- 3 homemade meals a day with snacks
Independent Housing Program
What is the program? An independent living program with 10 apartment complexes, providing safe housing with wrap around social service support for individuals and families where at least one person in the household is HIV+.
We have 72 apartments to serve our families. Each apartment is maintained by the Broward House Facilities team. The family receives support from a housing support counselor, along with other Broward House programs.
Our goal is to be a supportive landlord, providing safe housing and support through the challenges families face.
Tenant Based Rental Voucher Program
What is the program? A Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) funded housing program that provides permanent, subsidized housing at scattered sites to low-income persons and their families where at least one person in the household is HIV+.
We support clients in locating a rental, and building relationships with landlords. Clients also receive support in maintaining independence and a healthy lifestyle. Services also include workshops on budgeting, employment and health.
For Housing Information Call
954-568-7373 ext. 3215