For those living with HIV/AIDS, a stable home is the top predictor of health outcomes. DOORWAYS is an interfaith not-for-profit that provides housing and related support services to people affected by the disease. Through emergency and long-term housing programs, DOORWAYS restores dignity, health, and self-sufficiency to their clients.
Trivers is working with DOORWAYS on the planning and development of a three acre site selected just north of Downtown. The planned new campus will include 14,000 square feet of integrated program and administrative spaces, as well as 50 units of new transitional housing. With a focus on amenities that help clients transition from homelessness into permanent supportive housing, programming will include creative living arrangements as well as thoughtfully placed community spaces.