Doug’s House is a five-bedroom residential hospice for people in the final stages of AIDS-related illnesses. Short-term intensive recuperative care is also provided on a space-available basis.

 

NO ONE IS TURNED AWAY FOR INABILITY TO PAY.


History

Doug’s House opened in 1989 as the first residential hospice for people living with AIDS in Central Texas. Its mission has evolved to include short-term intensive care as the needs of people with HIV/AIDS have changed. It is still the only HIV/AIDS hospice facility in Central Texas.


What services are provided?

Our team of social workers, caregivers and a registered nurse provide all medical and medication coordination, meals, personal care, and social service support. We also provide training on end-of-life care for residents and family members.


How do you get admitted?

Contact the Project Transitions office at 512-454-8646
or by email at info@projecttransitions.org and ask for an intake to Doug’s House. A licensed social worker will set up an appointment at your current location to determine if we can assist you at Doug’s House.