Developing and managing housing since 1988
All housing units consist of shared arrangements. Each housing unit is shared among two to five residents, and in some instances two families, depending on the unit and family size. Most referrals come from area service providers, shelters, transitional housing facilities, or area specialty hospitals. If you are already receiving services from a provider, please notify that provider you are in need of housing so an appropriate referral can be made. Rent is based upon HUD recommendations, and all rent is on a sliding scale according to income and medical expenses.
In order to be eligible for CAMG housing:
1. Applicants must be diagnosed with one or more of the following:
- Serious mental illness
- Developmental disabilities
- Substance abuse
- HIV and/or AIDS
2. Applicants must meet the HUD low-income requirements.
For housing specifically designed for the homeless, applicants must also meet the following criteria:
3. Applicants must be homeless, as defined by:
- Sleeping in emergency shelters
- Living in transitional or supportive housing for homeless persons who originally came from the streets or emergency shelters. This includes persons who ordinarily sleep in one of the above named places, but are spending a short time (30 consecutive days or fewer) in a hospital or other institution.
- Being evicted within the week from private dwelling units and no subsequent residences have been identified; person lacks the resources and support networks needed to obtain housing.
- Being discharged within the week from institutions in which they have been residents for more than 30 consecutive days and no subsequent residences have been identified; person lacks the resources and support networks needed to obtain access to housing.