Caracole provides housing and support services to individuals living with HIV, and their families, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Once a referral is made from Shelterhouse or your case manager, Caracole housing staff will review your application and may get in touch with you to clarify your situation and needs. Once you are approved for assistance, you will need to complete intake and provide some documentation. Then staff can work with you on finding housing or making assistance payments. This process can take several weeks depending on program availability and your needs.
Caracole does not have emergency housing. If you need emergency housing, it is best to contact the CAP line at 513.381.7233 to get information about local shelters and rental assistance programs.
You can also go to one of these Shelterhouse locations:
Unfortunately, Caracole does not have immediate or emergency housing services. If you have an immediate housing need, it is best to contact the CAP line at 513.381.SAFE (7233) for information on local shelters and shelter diversion programs.
To find an available shelter, please call the Central Access Point (CAP) Line at 513.381.SAFE (7233). Intake specialists will gather information about your situation and help place you in a shelter or provide a referral to a partner agency for help.
Caracole’s housing programs are only for people who are HIV positive.
Unfortunately, we are unable to assist you with the cost of moving expenses. Please call the United Way at 211 to see if other community resources are available.
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