HIV/AIDS

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The Center in Asbury Park, Inc

The Center in Asbury Park provides support services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Our services include providing a hot lunch Monday - Friday to approx. 50 people per day.
The people who come in use The Drop in Center as a place to gather throughout the day. They may also be accessing other services through the Director of Client and Resident Services or receiving their emergency food and hygiene supplies. We also house 25 individuals living with HIV/AIDS who are formerly chronically homeless.


Don Miller House

The Don Miller House is an adult foster care, supportive-housing program providing personal care to ten low-income residents who are AIDS-defined and/or may be in the end stages of HIV/AIDS. The goal is to offer a continuum of services to allow residents to live in the least restrictive environment possible, including in-home hospice services when they are requested, and to provide emotional support to the residents as they navigate their illness(es).

Doorways

Doorways is an interfaith AIDS residence program, which provides housing to individuals and families. During the summer, Doorways provides an educational program for children in the Freedom School model. The student will serve as an intern and the food coordinator for the Freedom School, preparing meals for children and assisting the site supervisors and the teachers.

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Liberty Resources- DePalmer House/The Living Room

DePalmer House is a transitional residential facility for homeless individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS. The Living Room is a nutrition and counseling center for the HIV/AIDS community. At DePalmer House the student assists with errands, chores and food preparation, interacts with residents, transporting them to appointments, and offers companionship. At The Living Room, the student prepares food and shadows the counseling staff during their meetings with clients.


Clare Housing

Clare Housing provides housing and 24-hour compasssionate care for people living with HIV/AIDS. Caregivers help residents with medication and other needs, as well as maintain the different homes. The student's primary task is to be a full-time caregiver, dispensing medication and keeping track of the progress of each resident as well as performing various tasks within the houses: cleaning, preparing meals, and spending down time visiting with staff and residents.

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Lecture by Willam Galston
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