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|
|RSR – Housing Service||10,159e||15,940f||64||.||.||.|
|RSR – No Housing Service||240,722g||437,010h||55||.||.||.|
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.