Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. Appendix F

02/01/2014

Table F. Ryan White Program Clients and HOPWA Households Receiving Housing Assistance

State Number of Ryan White Program HIV-Positive/ Indeterminate Clients Who Received Housing Servicesa Number of Ryan White Program HIV-Positive Clients Percentage of Total Ryan White Program HIV-Positive Clientsb Number of HOPWA Households Receiving Housing Assistancec, d
Total 28,506 813,668 3.5 61,268
RSR 18,904e 556,175f 3.4 .
AK 83 799 10 74
AL 265 9,394 3 555
AR 0 3,787 0 224
AZ 128 13,736 1 793
CA 4,309 89,906 5 7,341
CO 857 9,661 9 376
CT 666 11,467 6 377
DCa 50 13,224 0 1,220
DE 117 4,207 3 250
FL 1030 91,251 1 9,051
GA 69 25,892 0 2,220
GU 0 18 0 0
HI 67 1,734 4 184
IA 17 2,102 1 109
ID 5 798 1 117
IL 647 28,304 2 2,501
IN 0 6,551 0 744
KS 0 2,334 0 144
KY 295 4,778 6 1,060
LA 634 17,903 4 2,481
MA 931 20,314 5 674
MD 953 21,530 4 1,097
ME 274 1,290 21 227
MI 748 10,850 7 635
MN 29 7,497 0 352
MO 550 15,855 3 1,155
MS 38 4,562 1 1,107
MTa 2 522 0 218
NC 844 19,840 4 2,168
NDa 7 101 7 0
NE 30 1,966 2 128
NH 0 1,323 0 201
NJ 423 28,450 1 1,631
NM 83 2,771 3 666
NV 124 6,207 2 412
NY 3,040 122,092 2 5,712
OH 834 14,756 6 1,453
OK 161 3,369 5 320
OR 659 5,855 11 374
PA 2,487 40,488 6 1,782
PR 424 18,421 2 1,614
RI 286 8,097 4 180
SC 2,296 12,725 18 951
SDa 1 376 0 0
TN 283 18,400 2 1,373
TX 2,227 56,496 4 4,357
USVI 0 317 0 42
UT 0 1,983 0 168
VA 109 12,384 1 721
VT 0 648 0 153
WA 662 8,681 8 630
WI 762 5,950 13 561
WV 0 1,548 0 358
WY 0 158 0 27

Sources:     HUD HOPWA CAPER and APR Reports, 2010; HRSA Ryan White Program RDR, 2010; Bottom column is based on Ryan White Program Services Report, 2010.

a The Ryan White Program Housing Services category does not include housing assistance paid for through Emergency Financial Assistance.

b The total number of clients receiving housing includes clients that were HIV “Indeterminate” (clients under the age of two whose HIV status is unknown.) However, these clients were not included in the total column because they are all under age 2. This may result in some percentages being slightly higher. The number of children who are HIV Indeterminate accounts for 0.6 percent of total Ryan White Program clients.

c Some HOPWA grants cover more than one state and are reported in aggregate. Therefore, it is not possible to separate expenditures or participants by state for those grantees. The most notable are Montana (which includes North Dakota and South Dakota) and the District of Columbia (which includes parts of Virginia and West Virginia).

d The HOPWA Housing Assistance category does not include housing assistance paid for through housing placement services.

e Unduplicated number of RWP clients receiving a housing service (includes HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) based on 2010 RSR data.

f Unduplicated count of clients receiving any type of service regardless of their HIV status (HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) based on 2010 RSR data.

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