Programs & Services

To achieve the Fife House’s mission to provide secure and affordable supportive housing and supportive housing services to people living with HIV/AIDS, we are guided by six program objectives:

  • to provide housing opportunities that are secure and affordable;
  • to provide services that enhance the quality of life and promote the independence of residents/clients;
  • to work in partnership with residents/clients and their natural supports;
  • to work in cooperation and partnership with other community service providers;
  • to utilize volunteer support in the provision of services to residents/clients; and
  • to evaluate the effectiveness of programs.
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Supportive Housing Programs

Fife House has 7 residential housing programs that have been built with strong community partnerships, serving more than 300 unique individuals. Learn more >

Addictions Supportive Housing

A ‘Housing First’ initiative aimed at addressing gaps in service for houseless persons living with HIV/AIDS who experience health, mental health and severe substance use challenges. Learn more >

Personal Support Care & Planning

An assisted living model of personal support work and coordinated care at Seaton House, working with older men and men with complex health issues. Learn more >

Linkage to Care

Intensive case management and support for people living with HIV, experiencing houselessness, mental health and substance use issues, and facing significant barriers in accessing care and treatment. Learn more >

Community Programs

Community Programs are aimed at addressing the isolation and marginalization of individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS, and promoting social integration, health and well-being of individuals, to develop a sense of belonging and community among residents and the larger community. Learn more >

Research and Evaluation

Fife House’s Department of Research and Evaluation is engaged in community-based research and evaluation studies that impact the programs and services for people living with HIV/AIDS. Internal evaluations provide feedback that inform decisions on the delivery of services. Learn more >