Neighborhood Housing & Care Program (NHCP)The Neighborhood Housing and Care Program (NHCP) provides supportive services for low-income people living with HIV.
What is the Neighborhood Housing & Care Program (NHCP)?
NHCP is a program of Our House that offers in-home support services to people living with HIV.
What services does NHCP offer?
- Health assessment, education & medication management
- Coordination of assistance to perform self & household care
- Coordination of housing support
- Foster engagement and connection in community
- Care coordination & advocacy
- Counseling & social support
- Home safety assessments
- Connection to community resources to meet material, emotional, health, vocational and leisure needs
- Education/consultation and practice of life and coping skills
Who is on the NHCP team?
- NHCP is made up of a team of nurses, social workers and occupational therapists.
- NHCP staff are knowledgeable about issues affecting people living with HIV, community resources & navigating health care systems
- NHCP works in coordination with Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) to provide assistance with securing and maintaining permanent housing.
- NHCP also works in tandem with Partnership Project in their case management program.
How does NHCP work?
Clients can refer themselves or are referred by community providers. NHCP staff will evaluate for services based on assessed needs and client goals. Services are provided at negotiated times in the client’s home or community setting.
How much does NHCP cost?
NHCP is funded through federal grants, private donations and Our House sponsored events. Clients are not billed for services.
Would you like to make a referral, or have questions?
Please, feel free to contact NHCP Director Kristin Riley at 503-234-0175 or via email.