HOU was originally established to house the mentally challenged population in 2016. At the end of 2016 Milton E. Davis became a limited partner of HOU. Due to Davis’s passion to end homelessness in the community, a need was established with the HIV population which initiated a relationship between HOU and the HIV community. The need for safe stable housing with the HIV population resulted in partnerships with the Living Room, Inc., Emory Health Systems, Grady Hospital, Moving Mountains, and Southern Regional Hospital. With these relationships, HOU was able to house residents with a multitude of disabilities such as Hospice Care, physical disabled, including recent amputees, visual impaired, and paroles. In 2019 when the Living Room was dissolved, HOU continued to serve the original Living Room clients that were not eligible for HOPWA Tenant-Based Rental Assistance. In an effort to displaced these residents, Mr. Davis became the sole owner of HOU and established HOU as a non-profit agency. The staff of HOU was increased to provide Case Management which connects residents to health care, payee services, and other vital services.
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