This website presents contact, programmatic and policy information about housing services provided to eligible persons with HIV/AIDS through the State HOPWA Program.
The State HOPWA Orientation is now available. *A text equivalent is available for our visitors with disabilities
This Orientation is designed for new State HOPWA employees and other interested social service agency staff. The video will provide individuals with an overview of the State HOPWA Program. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for staff training.
24 CFR PART 574:(pdf 4.7mb)HOPWA was created through the National Affordable Housing Act of 1990, and authorized by the AIDS Housing Opportunity Act of 1992. It is administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); and the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing (OHH) at HUD Headquarters (Office Community Planning and Development). HOPWA Regulations 24 CFR 574 provide the requirements and framework for the HOPWA Program and should be referred to as needed.
NOTICE CPD 06-07: (.doc 153kb) This Notice was issued August 3, 2006 and cross references 24CFR part 574 which covers short-term and permanent housing assistance and waiver information. This notice provides standards for HOPWA short-term rent, mortgage and utility payments and connections to permanent housing The Frequent Questions and Answers on the last page is emphasized. Note: HOPWA Notices are issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Planning and Development for all HOPWA grantees and Project Sponsors. This information is incorporated by references into the State HOPWA contracts and provides updated policies and procedures for the State HOPWA Program. All HOPWA Project Sponsors should routinely read the Notices.
STATE HOPWA GUIDELINES (February 2001): (pdf 6.7mb) This document provides the policies and procedures for the Project Sponsors and HOPWA staff to follow for the State HOPWA Program. This document is incorporated by reference in the State HOPWA contracts. It is currently under revision.
THE HOPWA GRANTEE OVERSIGHT GUIDE (August 2010) provides grantees and project sponsors with an understanding of the various federal laws and regulations that govern the use of HOPWA resources, while providing guidance and tools to conduct compliance reviews and identify corrective actions, as needed.
The Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) administers and enforces Federal Laws and establishes policies that make sure all Americans have equal access to the housing of their choice. Learn more about FHEO.
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