The Transitional Living program provides a safe, stable, caring, supportive and family style environment for homeless men and women ages 18-older that are living with HIV/AIDS. The program is designed to help prepare residents to cope with their HIV status and transition successfully to independent living and permanent housing. Residents benefit from continuous case management, individual and group therapy, HIV-101 and substance abuse education. The immediate goals are to provide stability and increase skills that will promote success in a permanent housing placement. These support programs serve as a catalyst to help individuals rise above homelessness, find stability, and move toward independence. Individuals must submit an application, recent TB test, (within the last 30 days), and proof of a positive HIV test from a physician or medical clinic. The program can house 15 men and 9 women. Residents can stay for up to 2 years.