Help at hand for those who need it most. The Phoenix Project offers housing and supportive service opportunities to address the complex needs of those struggling with chronic homelessness and living with HIV/AIDS. The goal of the Phoenix Project is to empower clients to take control of their lives and live them fully without letting their HIV status control them.



The Phoenix House is a 10-bed housing program for those living with HIV/AIDS that also offers short-term rental and utility assistance. Residents work with a case manager to develop an Individualized Service Plan that will guide them into independent living. Services include HIV/AIDS healthcare assessment and treatment, peer education, resource coordination, support groups, and substance abuse treatment.

Tenant Independence Program

The Tenant Independence Program offers transitional housing for adults and families living with HIV/ AIDS at the various sites outlined below:
-Chatham County Tenant Independence Program (25 Scatter Site Units)
-Glynn County Tenant Independence Program (15 Scatter Site Units)
-Liberty County Tenant Independence Program (10 Scatter Site Units)

Daniel Flagg Villas

Daniel-Flagg Villas is a permanent housing community for persons living with HIV/AIDS and their family members. The 10-unit community includes one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. These apartments are leased to clients at an affordable rate according to each occupant’s income. Daniel-Flagg Villas allows clients who were once chronically homeless to live in safe affordable housing with continued access to supportive services.


Residents receive assistance with medication adherence and disease management from onsite patient care technicians as well as transportation to and from offsite doctors appointments.

HIV/AIDS Awareness Education

The Phoenix Project provides HIV/AIDS Awareness Education throughout the Coastal Empire and offers free and confidential HIV testing to the community.


The Phoenix Project has an onsite mental health and substance abuse counselor dedicated to educating the resident on the role and effects of drug usage and/or mental health diagnosis on their lives. The goal is to empower residents to create positive change in their lives.