Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. Appendix I

02/01/2014

Table I. Number and Percentage of Ryan White Program Clients and HOPWA Households, by Income Level

States Number of Ryan White Program Clients, HIV-Positive/ Indeterminate Whose Income Is Equal to or Below the FPLb,c Unduplicated Number of Ryan White Program Clients Who Are HIV Positive or Indeterminate Percentage of Unduplicated Number of Ryan White Program Clients Who Are HIV Positive or Indeterminate HOPWA Households Served with Housing Assistance at 0 to 30 Percent of AMIb,d Number of HOPWA Households Receiving Housing Assistance Percentage of Total HOPWA Households Receiving Housing Assistance
Total 479,281 818,170 59 45,483 61,268 74
RSR – Housing Service 10,159e 15,940f 64 . . .
RSR – No Housing Service 240,722g 437,010h 55 . . .
AK 402 802 50 42 74 57
AL 5,944 9,506 63 481 555 87
AR 2,377 3,788 63 175 224 78
AZ 7,688 13,829 56 550 793 69
CA 49,597 90,103 55 5,677 7,341 77
CO 6,334 9,694 65 342 376 91
CT 4,493 11,492 39 279 377 74
DCa 6,018 13,366 45 1,210 1,220 99
DE 2,621 4,239 62 205 250 82
FL 54,242 92,167 59 7,648 9,051 84
GA 17,573 26,103 67 1,718 2,220 77
GU 14 18 78 NA NA NA
HI 635 1,734 37 161 184 88
IA 1,043 2,102 50 42 109 39
ID 391 798 49 85 117 73
IL 17,569 28,442 62 2,253 2,501 90
IN 3,584 6,551 55 381 744 51
KS 1,287 2,334 55 95 144 66
KY 2,818 4,788 59 630 1,060 59
LA 9,959 18,088 55 1,185 2,481 48
MA 12,918 20,403 63 521 674 77
MD 11,141 21,642 51 948 1,097 86
ME 708 1,290 55 158 227 70
MI 5,865 10,910 54 329 635 52
MN 4,335 7,523 58 297 352 84
MO 8,974 15,951 56 999 1,155 86
MS 3,477 4,652 75 653 1,107 59
MTa 270 522 52 177 218 81
NC 12,447 19,908 63 318 2,168 15
NDa 55 101 54 NA NA NA
NE 1,149 1,991 58 119 128 93
NH 564 1,329 42 73 201 36
NJ 17,493 28,652 61 908 1,631 56
NM 1,348 2,777 49 517 666 78
NV 3,065 6,252 49 315 412 76
NY 60,631 122,528 49 5,453 5,712 95
OH 7,044 14,845 47 610 1,453 42
OK 2,094 3,369 62 246 320 77
OR 3,874 5,855 66 320 374 86
PA 29,040 40,590 72 1,404 1,782 79
PR 15,253 18,466 83 1,469 1,614 91
RI 5,936 8,218 72 165 180 92
SC 8,822 12,960 68 632 951 66
SDa 163 376 43 NA NA NA
TN 12,379 18,492 67 639 1,373 47
TX 38,218 56,804 67 3,051 4,357 70
USVI 84 317 26 32 42 76
UT 1,161 1,983 59 138 168 82
VA 7,101 12,444 57 400 721 55
VT 315 648 49 91 153 59
WA 4,261 8,710 49 567 630 90
WI 3,638 6,012 61 528 561 94
WV 812 1,548 52 231 358 65
WY 57 158 36 16 27 59

Source:       HRSA Ryan White Program Data Report, 2010; HUD HOPWA CAPER and APR Reports, 2010.

a Some HOPWA grants cover more than one state and report 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).

b Includes HIV-positive and -indeterminate clients receiving any type of Ryan White Program services but ONLY HOPWA Households receiving Housing Assistance.

c FPL = federal poverty level: The poverty guidelines are established annually by HHS and are used as an eligibility criterion for many federal programs. The poverty level issued by HHS is based on the poverty thresholds used by the Census Bureau and is adjusted annually on the basis of the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U).

d AMI = area median income. The AMI is calculated by dividing the income distribution in the area into two groups, half having income above that amount, and half having income below.

e Unduplicated number of RWP clients receiving a housing service (includes HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) that were at or below 100 percent FPL based on 2010 RSR data.

f Unduplicated count of clients receiving a housing service regardless of their HIV status (HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) that reported income in 2010 RSR data.

g Unduplicated number of RWP clients who did not receive a housing service (includes HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) that were at or below 100 percent FPL based on 2010 RSR data.

h Unduplicated count of clients who did not receive a housing service regardless of their HIV status (HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) that reported income in 2010 RSR data.

NA = not applicable; FPL= federal poverty level.

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