ASD’s Congregate Housing Program (CHP) is unique and different from others in Dallas. Because ASD has Residential Coordinators (RC’s) on-site, they maintain a clear and comprehensive understanding of the required level of care and needs of their clients. ASD’s Special Care Facility License from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Health Facility Licensing and Compliance Division assures that ASD meets a broad spectrum of possible resident needs as described in section IV.C.3., Program Structure. The agency’s RC’s staff consists of well-trained and highly skilled professionals. They are uniquely qualified, dedicated individuals who consistently deliver client-centered services to the residents of ASD congregate housing.
Ewing Center consists of 22 units, 5 one-bedroom apartments, 15 efficiencies, and 2 special need beds/rooms.
Completed in September 1996, Hillcrest House is unique in that it provides service to individuals who are formerly homeless and living with AIDS/HIV. Hillcrest has 64 single-unit efficiencies.
Revlon Apartments are designed to accommodate individuals and families, with 20 one-bedroom and 7 two-bedroom apartments.
Spencer Gardens, named in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, opened its doors in August of 1998 and provides housing for 12 low-income families affected by the virus.