The goal of Home Again is to provide the path for homeless HIV/AIDS-infected individuals to move to permanent housing and life as a productive citizen while experiencing positive health outcomes and reduced viral loads.
THE INTAKE PROCESS
Potential residents or their
CCFBA/HOME AGAIN RESIDENCE maintains
a waiting list throughout the year and works to get clients housed as fast as possible.
All referrals should be submitted to
Genell Brown via fax at 504-275-1118
or e-mail at email@example.com
Housing Case Management: CCFBA’s housing case management is implemented following the five core principles of Housing First and Harm Reduction.
Medical Case Management: CCFBA’s Medical Case Manager will provide a range of client–centered services linking clients with health care, psychosocial, and other services that improve overall health.
Psychosocial Counseling: CCFBA provides a holistic continuum of care to serve clients with HIV/AIDS who are capable of self-care but requiring continuing psychosocial support services to ensure adherence to their care plans, reduce their viral loads, and remain in recovery. We offer both individual and group sessions for HIV/AIDS-infected and-affected individuals and their families.
Substance Abuse Outpatient Counseling:
OUR LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS OFFER:
• Psychosocial Counseling
• Substance Abuse Counseling
HOME AGAIN RESIDENCE is a 24-hour facility based transitional housing facility. CCFBA’s transitional housing options that are linked
to supportive services provide a stable environment for a individual living with HIV/AIDS.
CCFBA's Housing assistance services are provided for housing emergencies and are considered short term in nature and are for the purpose of maintaining an individual or family in a long-term, stable living situation.
(Algiers Continuing Education)
Is an Adult Literacy Program that
provides every advantage possible
to students for their future as successful,
contributing members of society.
that many participants arrive at
CCFBA-ACE in situations resulting
in a lack of credits necessary for a
traditional Louisiana high school
diploma. This program offers a
prepares students to both take and pass
the GED exam in order to acquire a
General Educational Development
diploma. Students for the Adult
Literacy Program must be at least 16
years of age, have a legitimate reason
or need to pursue a GED diploma
and have approval and support from
parents and/or caregivers if under
18 years of age.
Students also receive instruction
in Life Skills, Teacher - Student counseling
in Family Relationships, and Career