What

Care coordinators welcome clients to DOORWAYS through each of our programs. They begin with an intensive intake assessment that uncovers service and resource needs plus barriers to success within the social determinants of health: housing, health, economic status, education, and community. In private one-on-one (1:1) meetings, our care coordinators guide clients in creating goals, accessing resources, building knowledge, and changing behaviors to begin the journey to housing stabilization and a more self-sufficient life.

Success

Throughout their time with DOORWAYS, clients work closely with their care coordinator. Some relationships, such as those in permanent housing, last many years. Clients learn that they can depend on their DOORWAYS supportive staff person at all times. This individual relationship builds the trust needed to achieve the long-term stability necessary for changing the trajectory of a life. Progress will not only improve the quality of life for the individual but, also, help clients achieve undetectable status, which renders the HIV virus untransmissable‚ÄĒopening the door to the end of HIV for future generations!

If you are a DOORWAYS client and would like more information, please contact your housing coordinator during office hours (Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

100%

of DOORWAYS clients receive

intensive individualized 1:1 support.