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HUD No. 12-064
April A. Brown
(202) 708-0685
FOR RELEASE
Thursday
March 29, 2012

HUD AWARDS $33 MILLION TO 28 LOCAL HIV-AIDS HOUSING PROGRAMS
Funding supports stable housing for individuals and families at extreme risk for homelessness

WASHINGTON - Today, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that more than 1,200 extremely low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS will continue to receive permanent housing as a result of nearly $33 million in grants HUD is awarding. Annually, these grants will provide permanent supportive housing for those households so they can manage their health and access needed supportive services such as case management and employment training.

The funding announced today is offered through HUD's Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA) and will renew HUD's support of 28 local programs in 17 states (see attached chart and individual project descriptions below).

"These grants offer housing, vital healthcare and hope to hundreds of households that combine to literally save lives," said HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan. "Having stable housing can make all the difference to the health of someone living with HIV/AIDS who might otherwise be struggling to live on our streets."

Many of the projects receiving renewed funding provide for specialized models in outreach and service delivery, including efforts that target help to persons who have been homeless or are at extreme risk of becoming homelessness. These grants offer innovations in HIV care to increase job readiness and employment opportunities for persons in stabilized care. The grants announced today also support Opening Doors, the Obama Administration's strategic plan to prevent and end homelessness.

In addressing goals under these strategies, HUD will contribute a variety of housing resources to promote better integration of housing interventions into comprehensive HIV care systems. Housing assistance and related services funded by HOPWA are an essential part of the comprehensive system of care for low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS. A stable home environment is also vital for these households in allowing them to access consistent medical care and maintain their health. Furthermore, secure housing can be a platform for improved quality of life.

Ninety percent of HOPWA funds are distributed by formula to cities and states based on the number of AIDS cases reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HUD's formula grants are managed by 135 local and state jurisdictions, which coordinate AIDS housing efforts with other HUD and community resources. Earlier this year, HUD awarded these jurisdictions nearly $300 million in formula grants. This year, HUD had made available a total of $332 million in HOPWA funds to help communities provide housing for this special needs population. Overall, these resources assist over 60,000 households annually to provide stable housing and reduced risks of homelessness for those living with HIV and other challenges.

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HOPWA 2012 Permanent Supportive Housing Renewal Grants

STATE GRANTEE NAME CITY AWARD
Alaska State of Alaska- Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Anchorage $781,269.00
California City of Los Angeles Housing Department Los Angeles $1,501,500.00
County of Alameda Housing and Community Development Department Hayward $1,483,179.00
Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center San Francisco $1,276,170.00
Salvation Army Alegria Long Beach $1,062,519.00
Delaware Ministry of Caring, Inc. Wilmington $790,298.00
Hawaii Maui AIDS Foundation Wailuku $1,440,477.00
Gregory House Programs Honolulu $1,390,650.00
Illinois City of Chicago, Department of Public Health Chicago $1,487,815.00
AIDS Foundation of Chicago Chicago $1,476,160.00
Chicago House & Social Service Agency, Inc. Chicago $1,285,370.00
Massachusetts Community Healthlink, Inc. Worcester $899,274.00
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts Boston $1,415,025.00
Maryland City of Baltimore Office of Human Services Baltimore $1,405,950.00
Maine Frannie Peabody Center  (Housing Assistance Program) Portland $1,054,799.00
Frannie Peabody Center (Outreach to Rural Maine) Portland $1,309,169.00
Frannie Peabody Center (Racial and Ethnic Minority Outreach Program) Portland $1,432,653.00
Michigan Cass Community Social Services, Inc. Detroit $1,348,970.00
Missouri Interfaith Residence Dba Doorways (Central and Southern Missouri) Saint Louis $1,109,912.00
Interfaith Residence Dba Doorways (Southern Illinois) Saint Louis $965,658.00
Montana State of Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (includes projects in North Dakota and South Dakota Helena $1,482,040.00
New Hampshire City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Service Nashua $1,430,000.00
State of New Hampshire Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services Concord $734,770.00
New York Bailey House, Inc. New York $1,081,922.00
Pennsylvania Calcutta House Philadelphia $837,303.00
Texas City of Dallas Dallas $746,853.00
Vermont Burlington Housing Authority Burlington $392,906.00
Wisconsin AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin Milwaukee $1,310,577.00
  TOTAL $32,933,188

 

FY2012 HOPWA Permanent Supportive Housing Renewal Grants

Alaska

The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, in Anchorage, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $781,269 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 13 households and short-term mortgage, rent, and utility assistance to 25 households. In partnership with its project sponsor, the Alaska AIDS Assistance Association, 120 program beneficiaries receive supportive services accessed through mainstream community resources, including linkages to comprehensive HIV/AIDS case management and health care. The program area includes Anchorage, and rural areas across south central, southwestern, and western Alaska.

For information contact:
Mr. Oscar Cedano, Planner, P.O. Box 101020, Anchorage, AK 99510
Phone: (907) 330?8417
Email: ocedano@ahfc.us

California

The Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,483,179 to continue their "Project Independence" program that provides tenant-based rental assistance to 118 at-risk households along with case management and supportive services. This program features use of shallow rent subsidies as part of a comprehensive range of housing support in a continuing collaboration between Alameda County and its project sponsors, AIDS Project of the East Bay, Ark of Refuge, and Tri-City Health Center.

For information contact:
Ms. Hazel Weiss, Community Development Manager, 224 W. Winton Avenue, Room 108 Hayward, CA 94544
Phone: (510) 670-5941
Email: hazel.weiss@acgov.org

City of Los Angeles Housing Department is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,501,500 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 90 households who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Coordination with mainstream housing programs is undertaken in a partnership with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles that enables program beneficiaries to transition into Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher housing assistance within 18 months. Other local partners are the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services, Office of AIDS Programs and Policy, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, and Shelter Partnership that assist in providing supportive services to ensure client stability. The City of Los Angeles is also a participant in 2 signature HOPWA initiatives: "Getting to Work"; a national pilot effort to increase access to employment opportunities for PLWHA, and the Integrated HIV/AIDS Housing Plan; a cross program approach to HIV/AIDS service and care.

For information contact:
Ms. Suzette Flynn, Director of Housing Services, 1200 West 7th Street, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone: (213) 808-8932
Email: suzette.flynn@lacity.org

Tenderloin Health, a non-profit organization based in San Francisco, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,276,170 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 30 households. This program provides permanent housing and supportive services to post-incarcerated persons living with HIV/AIDS and also assists 22 households annually with emergency housing for those recently released from incarceration prior to receiving permanent supportive housing. The organization also provides an array of supportive services to clients such as: individualized care plans, mental health counseling services, substance abuse counseling, and referral and linkage to medical services. Off-site service providers provide additional services to ensure housing stability for program participants.

For information contact:
Mr. Tyrone Payne, Director of Housing Services, P.O. Box 423930, San Francisco, CA 94142
Phone: (415) 307-2540
Email: Tyrone.Payne@tlhealth.org

The Salvation Army, in Los Angeles County, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,062,519 to continue their "Alegria Program" that provides 44 units of facility-based permanent and transitional housing for homeless and at-risk of homelessness families and persons living with HIV/AIDS. A combination of supportive services provided by mainstream community resources compliment the provision of housing support through access to a care management system that integrates existing case management, on-site case monitoring, crisis intervention, medical care, licensed child care, tutorial service, and employment referral.

For information contact:
Mr. Zachary Ginder, Director, 180 East Ocean Boulevard, Suite 500, Long Beach, CA 90802
Phone: (323) 454-4201
Email: zachary.ginder@usw.salvationarmy.org

Delaware

The Ministry of Caring, Inc., a community-based, non-profit organization in Wilmington, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $790,298 to continue their House of Joseph II, a 16-unit housing facility which provides permanent supportive housing for homeless and chronically homeless persons in the advanced stages of AIDS. The project provides for access to available medical care, dental care, and other supportive services are primarily provided on-site along with other wrap-around services provided by community-based providers. The intensive case management and wrap-around services are aimed at increasing self-sufficiency, reducing hospitalizations and contributing to the quality of care of each resident.

For information contact:
Mr. Mark Poletunow, Chief Financial Officer, 903 North Madison Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (302) 428-3702
Email: mpoletunow@ministryofcaring.org

Hawaii

Gregory House Programs, a non-profit organization based in Honolulu, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,390,650 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 35 households and transitional housing to 11 households. This program provides critical supportive services such as substance abuse counseling, life skills trainings, case management, and other services to ensure that clients receive necessary supports and stable housing outcomes for low-income households living with HIV/AIDS in the greater Oahu community.

For information contact:
Mr. Jonathan Berliner, Executive Director, 200 North Vineyard Boulevard, Suite. A310, Honolulu, HI 96817
Phone: (808) 592-9022
Email: jonb@gregoryhouse.org

The Maui AIDS Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Maui County, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,440,477 to continue its "Neighbor Island Housing" program that provides 60 households with tenant-based rental assistance, 10 households with short-term rent, mortgage, and utility assistance to prevent homelessness, and 351 households with supportive services along with housing information services. This comprehensive case management service model is a collaboration between Maui AIDS Foundation, Malama Pono-Kauai, and the Hawaii Island HIV/AIDS Foundation designed to promote housing stability and reduce incidences of homelessness.

For information contact:
Mr. Steve Hire, Interim Executive Director, 1935 Main Street, Room 101, Wailuku, HI 96793
Phone: (808) 242-4900 ext. 222
Email: steve@mauiaids.org

Illinois

AIDS Foundation of Chicago is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,476,160 to continue its "Renaissance Care Network" program that provides 24 units of scattered-site rental assistance and housing placement services to individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS in Chicago. In partnership with the Center for Housing and Health and the Christian Community Health Center (CCHC), this program provides a combination of supportive services, including HIV/AIDS case management, linkages to primary health care, and access to employment services.

For information contact:
Mr. Arturo Bendixen, Director, 200 West Jackson Boulevard, Suite 2200, Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: (312) 334-0956
Email: ABendixen@aidschicago.org

The City of Chicago Department of Public Health is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,487,815 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 36 homeless or severe risk of homelessness households. In partnership with AIDS Foundation of Chicago, the program provides clients with access to a range of supportive services, including linkages to medical care, HIV/AIDS case management, and other appropriate services provided through mainstream community resources.

For information contact:
Ms. Evelyn Vazquez, Director of HIV Housing, STI Division, 333 South State Street, DePaul Center, 2nd Floor, Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: (312) 747-8853
Email: evelyn.vazquez@cityofchicago.org

Chicago House and Social Service Agency, Inc., a community-based non-profit organization in Chicago, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,285,370 to continue its "Gaining Ground" program that provides tenant-based rental assistance for 28 chronically homeless and unemployed persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families. Clients receive job training and placement support, as well as case management and linkages to medical care and other primary care services. The organization is a peer leader in developing employment training for PLWHA and is assisting in the "Getting to Work" initiative in 9 other jurisdictions.

For information contact:
Reverend Stan Sloan, Executive Director, 1925 North Clybourn Avenue, Suite 401, Chicago, IL 60614
Phone: (773) 248-5200
Email: ssloan@chicagohouse.org

Maine

The Frannie Peabody Center, a community-based organization in Portland, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,054,799 to continue its HAVEN Initiative. This project, serving the City of Portland and Cumberland County, provides permanent supportive housing for persons living with HIV who have other complex needs, including persons with histories of homelessness, and incarceration, and persons with mental health and substance abuse disorders. The program provides tenant-based rental assistance to 32 households and short-term mortgage, rental or utility assistance that helps prevent homelessness to at least 18 households annually. Additionally, the project provides permanent housing placement services annually to 12 households and supportive services to 150 households. The Frannie Peabody Center is also a participant in the Integrated HIV/AIDS Housing Plan initiative announced in 2011.

For information contact:
Ms. Patti Capouch, Executive Director, 30 Danforth Street, Suite 311 Portland, ME 04101
Phone: (207) 774-6877
Email: pcapouch@peabodycenter.org

The Frannie Peabody Center is awarded a statewide HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,309,169 to continue the HAVEN's Outreach to Rural Maine Initiative. This program provides tenant-based rental assistance to 56 households and short-term rent, mortgage and utility assistance to 32 households. In addition, permanent housing placement services will be provided annually to 12 households. This project includes collaboration with Maine Medical Center, Positive Health Care Facility, and the Eastern Maine AIDS Network. A combination of supportive services will be provided through the mainstream community resources to compliment housing support. This support includes access to HIV/AIDS case management, volunteer assistance, life skills education training, and medical care.

For information contact:
Ms. Patti Capouch, Executive Director, 30 Danforth Street, Suite 311 Portland, ME 04101
Phone: (207) 774-6877
Email: pcapouch@peabodycenter.org

The Frannie Peabody Center is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,432,653 to continue the HAVEN's Outreach to Racial and Ethnic Minorities Initiative. This program provides tenant-based rental assistance to 41 chronically homeless persons and families with HIV/AIDS living in the City of Portland, many of whom are immigrants and/or refugees. Portland is a designated refugee resettlement community and is home to people from over 30 ethnic backgrounds who speak over 40 different languages. Supportive services, including case management support that links clients to mainstream benefits and health care resources, will be provided annually to at least 110 households. These supportive services will address the cultural, language and economic barriers that pose obstacles to this vulnerable population in accessing housing, HIV care, and services. This renewal grant was formerly administered by the City of Portland, Maine. Frannie Peabody Center assumed grants management responsibility in 2011.

For information contact:
Ms. Patti Capouch, Executive Director, 30 Danforth Street, Suite 311 Portland, ME 04101
Phone: (207) 774-6877
Email: pcapouch@peabodycenter.org

Maryland

City of Baltimore, Office of Human Services is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,405,950 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 71 homeless or at-risk of homelessness households. Clients are linked to a variety of supportive services leveraged with mainstream resources, such as employment assistance, HIV/AIDS case management, substance abuse treatment, and mental health services. The City of Baltimore is also a "Getting to Work" site.

For information contact:
D'Andra Pollard, HOPWA Program Administrator, Office of Human Services, 4 South Frederick Street, 3rd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202.
Phone: 410-396-4887
Email: D'Andra.Pollard@baltimorecity.gov

Massachusetts

AIDS Action Committee, a community-based non-profit organization, in Cambridge, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,415,025 to continue the "Bay State Supportive Housing Alliance" that provides tenant-based rental assistance to 24 households. In collaboration with local organizations, Father Bill's and Mainspring, this project also provides a combination of supportive services and housing information services to 24 homeless families. This renewal grant was formerly administered by Cambridge Cares About AIDS who merged with AIDS Action Committee in 2010.

For information contact:
Ms. Brenda Rose, Director of Housing Services, 75 Amory Street, Boston, MA 02119
Phone: (617) 450-1255
Email: brose@aac.org

Community Healthlink, Inc., a community-based non-profit organization in Worchester, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $899,274 to continue the operations of "Miranda's House". This nine unit congregant housing facility provides 24-hour support to chronically homeless women living with HIV/AIDS. The project also leases an additional nine units of housing to address relapse prevention and other challenges for chronically homeless women. The project includes collaboration with the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center, Family Health Center, and an array of other community-based providers.

For information contact:
Ms. Leah Bradley, Director of Housing and Program Development, 72 Jacques Avenue, Worcester, MA 01610
Phone: (508) 421-4382
Email: lbradley@communityhealthlink.org

Michigan

Cass Community Social Services Inc., in Detroit will receive a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,348,970 to continue providing 11 units of facility-based housing for chronically homeless individuals at their Cass House facility. The program includes the provision of wrap-around supportive services to promote and maintain client housing stability. The program also promotes self sufficiency by providing educational and substance abuse counseling opportunities. The project was formerly administered by the city of Detroit Department of ???Health.

For more information contact:
Ms. Patricia McCaffrey-Green, Director of Government and Community Affairs, 11850 Woodrow Wilson Street, Detroit, MI 48206
Phone: (313) 883-2277
Email: pmcgreen@att.net

Missouri

Interfaith Residence, Dba "Doorways", a nonprofit organization based in St. Louis, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing grant of $1,109,912 to continue its "Outside Missouri Next Step Supportive Housing Program" that serves individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS in rural and underserved communities in central and southern Missouri. The project consists of a combination of housing assistance based on client needs, including tenant-based rental assistance to 22 households, 11 leased rental units, and short-term rent, mortgage and utility assistance to 43 households. The program includes a partnership with its project sponsor, Regional AIDS Interfaith Network of Central Missouri (RAIN), which includes the provision of supportive services to 120 families.

For information contact:
Ms. Britta Smith, Outstate Program Manager, 4385 Maryland Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 535-1919
Email: bsmith@doorwayshousing.org

Interfaith Residence, Dba "Doorways", a nonprofit organization based in St. Louis, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $965,658 to continue its "Illinois Statewide Housing Program" that provides housing and supportive services to persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families in East St. Louis and other clients in 55 rural counties of southern Illinois. In collaboration with two project sponsors, Bethany Place and Fifth Street Renaissance, the program provides short-term rent, mortgage and utility assistance, tenant-based rental assistance, and facility-based housing to 57 households. Clients are provided supportive services, including HIV/AIDS case management, medical care, and other linkages to community social service programs.

For information contact:
Ms. Britta Smith, Outstate Program Manager, 4385 Maryland Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 535-1919
Email: bsmith@doorwayshousing.org

Montana

The State of Montana, Department of Public Health and Human Services, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,482,040 to continue the "Tri-State HELP Plus" program which provides tenant-based rental assistance to 62 households within the states of Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota. This program will continue to serve annually 18 households with short-term rent, mortgage, and utility assistance to prevent homelessness, 23 households with permanent housing placement (PHP) assistance, and 148 households with supportive services to foster connections to needed services to maintain housing stability. This unique collaboration involves a partnership with four project sponsor organizations: the Missoula AIDS Council, Yellowstone AIDS Project, Sioux Falls Housing and Redevelopment Commission for South Dakota activities, and Community Action Program Region VII for North Dakota activities. This effort will continue to serve a predominantly rural population within a range of housing options while fostering connections to self-sufficiency through the provision of employment opportunities.

For more information contact:
Ms. Barbara Watson, Tri-State HELP/HOPWA Program Coordinator, 1400 Carter Drive, P.O. Box 202956, Helena, MT 59601
Phone: (406) 994-7517
Email: bwatson@montana.edu

New Hampshire

The City of Nashua, Division of Public Health and Community Services is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant in the amount of $1,430,000 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance and supportive services for up to 31 chronically homeless households living with HIV/AIDS within Hillsborough County. Additionally, the project continues its provision of permanent housing placement services, case management, transportation, mental health and substance abuse counseling, and food vouchers. The city will continue to work in partnership with Harbor Homes Inc. and the Southern New Hampshire HIV/AIDS Task Force.

For information contact:
Mr. Robert Mack, Welfare Officer, City of Nashua, Division of Public Health and Community Services, 229 Main Street, Nashua, NH 03060
Phone: (603) 589-4555
Email: mackb@nashuanh.gov

The State of New Hampshire, Bureau of Homeless and Housing Services, in Merrimack, is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $734,770 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 14 households, short-term rent, mortgage and utility assistance to 41 households, and supportive services to 126 households living with HIV/AIDS and their families in the Greater Manchester area. The program involves a collaborative partnership with the Merrimack Valley Assistance Program and other local service providers to address challenges of homelessness in their community.

For information contact:
Mr. Bernie Bluhm, Program Planning and Review Specialist, 105 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-8388
Email: bbluhm@dhhs.state.nh.us

New York

Bailey House, Inc., in New York City is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,081,922 to continue its "Project First" program for recently released/post incarcerated persons living with HIV/AIDS. The program provides tenant based rental assistance for 27 households and short-term rent, mortgage, and utility assistance is provided up to five households annually. In addition, the program includes four units of transitional housing. A variety of supportive services enables clients to enhance their work skills in order to sustain their housing stability and promote greater financial independence.

For more information:
Jeannette Ruffins, Deputy Director of Supportive Housing, 1751 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10035
Phone: (212) 633-2500
Email: jruffins@baileyhouse.org

Pennsylvania

Calcutta House, in Philadelphia is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $837,303 to continue providing operating costs and supportive services for Serenity Court, a nine-bed specialized facility providing housing and care to homeless and chronically homeless adults who are managing chronic illnesses. The project utilizes a mix of onsite intensive supportive services and other mainstream resources to address medical costs, nursing, hospice, and mental health, and pastoral needs.

For information contact:
Ms. Susan Vanderburg, Director of Finance, 1601 W. Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Phone: (215) 687-4759
Email: svanderburg@calcuttahouse.org

Texas

The City of Dallas, Housing and Community Services Department is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $746,853 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance to 29 post-incarcerated persons living with HIV/AIDS in the greater Dallas area. The City's "Project Reconnect Housing" collaborates with non-profit organizations in the greater Dallas area to address re-entry challenges through ongoing permanent housing assistance coupled with intensive HIV/AIDS case management to ensure that persons placed into housing are connected to care and stable housing outcomes. The City of Dallas is also a participant in two signature HOPWA initiatives: "Getting to Work" and the Integrated HIV/AIDS Housing Plan pilot.

For information contact:
Ms. Lori Davidson, Coordinator III-Contracts & Grants, 1500 Marilla 6BN, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 670-5560
Email: lori.davidson@dallascityhall.com

Vermont

The Burlington Housing Authority is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $392,906 to continue providing 11 leased units of supportive housing for Vermont's only residential facility for persons living with HIV/AIDS. The program includes a collaborative partnership with the Burlington Community Land Trust, Vermont CARES (Committee on AIDS Resources) and Education Services. A combination of supportive services provided through mainstream community resources will compliment the housing support through access to HIV/AIDS case management, medical care, substance abuse counseling, and employment referral.

For information contact:
Ms. Kelley Newell, Director of Resident Services, 65 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: (802) 864-0538
Email: knewell@burlingtonhousing.org

Wisconsin

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin is awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,310,577 to continue providing tenant-based rental assistance and supportive housing assistance to 61 chronically homeless households living with HIV/AIDS and their families across the state of Wisconsin. A combination of supportive services will compliment the housing services through HIV/AIDS case management, access to medical care, substance abuse treatment, and employment referral.

For information contact:
Mr. Mike Gifford, Executive Director, 820 North Plankinton Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53203
Phone: (414) 225-1547
Email: mike.gifford@arcw.org