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Alexian Brothers The Harbor Transitional Housing

826 North Ave
Waukegan, IL 60085

(847) 782-8015



Alexian Brothers The Harbor opened its doors in 1998 as a transitional living facility in Waukegan, IL. With eight beds, The Harbor provides housing, supportive services and spiritual care, helping individuals reach independent living. Our target population is adult men and women who are homeless and have HIV or AIDS.
We offer our residents a wide array of on-site supportive services. Individual sessions and group services are provided in all areas, including spiritual care, life skills, and psychosocial support groups such as HIV-support and sobriety support. The following services help residents return to independent life in the community within a 24-month period:
Case Management
Recovery Services
Occupational Therapy
Spiritual Care
After Care

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General Information

Intake Process:

Intakes should be scheduled through our on-site Case Manager/Recovery Coordinator.

Program Fees:

Clients contribute a social service fee (30% of income and/or benefits - having no income is not a barrier to admission)


English, Spanish (limited availability)


An applicant for residence must:
1.Have a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS
2.Be homeless or at risk of homelessness
3.Be under the care of a primary care physician, with a negative TB skin test or chest x-ray
4.Be willing to abide by the policies of the Resident Handbook, including the Tier System, and be willing to contribute a social service fee (30% of income and/or benefits - having no income is not a barrier to admission)
5.Be capable of living in a diverse, transitional, congregate community setting
6.Be interested in and capable of returning to independent living in the community within 2 years.
7.If in recovery, have 90 days of substantiated clean time, and be committed to remaining alcohol and drug free
8.If diagnosed with mental health issues, be under the care of a psychiatrist - and, if indicated, see a counselor and/or adhere to psychotropic medication regimen

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