September 23, 2003
Publication:
The Enterprise Foundation

Project Return Foundation, based in New York, won third place in the Supportive Housing category of the 1998 Metropolitan Life Foundation Awards for Cedar Tremont House, a project that provides housing and comprehensive supportive services for families living with HIV/AIDS. Project Return has evolved from a storefront in mid-town Manhattan offering substance abuse treatment and prevention programs, into an agency that operates 16 programs at 10 locations in Manhattan and the Bronx and provides a full continuum of care to its clients. The focus of Project Return has moved beyond treatment to include assistance with living independently, job readiness, re-establishing households, and reconnecting family members. This paper provides an overview of the Cedar Tremont House.

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