Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. Appendix J

02/01/2014

Table J. Number and Percentage of Ryan White Program and HOPWA HIV-Positive Participants with Unstable Housing

State Number of Ryan White Program Clients, HIV-Positive/Indeterminate Whose Housing/Living Arrangements Were “Nonpermanently Housed” at the End of the Reporting Period Number of Ryan White Program Clients Who Are HIV Positive or Indeterminate Percentage of Ryan White Program Clients Who Are HIV Positive or Indeterminate who were “Nonpermanently Housed” at the End of the Reporting Period Number of New Eligible Individuals Served with HOPWA Housing Assistance whose Prior Living Arrangements Were Homeless Number of New Eligible Individuals Served with HOPWA Housing Assistance Percentage of New HOPWA-Eligible Participants Served
Total 95,008 818,170 12 4,519  34,030 13
RSR – Housing Services 843b 18,904c 5 . . .
RSR – No Housing Service 14,269d 530,021e 3 . . .
AK 99 802 12 1 27 4
AL 742 9,506 8 76 378 20
AR 366 3,788 10 7 164 4
AZ 1,247 13,829 9 25 455 5
CA 6,957 90,103 8 943 4,758 20
CO 1,069 9,694 11 12 111 11
CT 1,757 11,492 15 22 132 17
DC a 1,697 13,366 13 79 517 15
DE 289 4,239 7 24 161 15
FL 9,824 92,167 11 565 5,028 11
GA 2,267 26,103 9 313 1,949 16
GU 3 18 17 0 0 NA
HI 125 1,734 7 7 55 13
IA 146 2,102 7 1 59 2
ID 75 798 9 0 16 0
IL 3,984 28,442 14 225 1,467 15
IN 341 6,551 5 89 546 16
KS 115 2,334 5 1 111 1
KY 342 4,788 7 11 779 1
LA 1,264 18,088 7 165 1,710 10
MA 3,078 20,403 15 74 574 13
MD 2,861 21,642 13 20 170 12
ME 85 1,290 7 0 59 0
MI 762 10,910 7 32 277 12
MN 932 7,523 12 9 110 8
MO 1,625 15,951 10 97 833 12
MS 392 4,652 8 10 1,040 1
MT a 42 522 8 8 56 14
NC 1,549 19,908 8 22 193 11
ND a 1 101 1 0 0 NA
NE 205 1,991 10 1 22 5
NH 104 1,329 8 0 46 0
NJ 2,143 28,652 7 83 477 17
NM 90 2,777 3 0 542 0
NV 314 6,252 5 22 306 7
NY 23,635 122,528 19 208 1,508 14
OH 1,670 14,845 11 69 834 8
OK 261 3,369 8 15 190 8
OR 762 5,855 13 25 180 14
PA 8,571 40,590 21 51 850 6
PR 2,677 18,466 14 751 1,717 44
RI 1,220 8,218 15 6 122 5
SC 1,827 12,960 14 29 438 7
SD a 11 376 3 0 0 N/A
TN 1,415 18,492 8 26 802 3
TX 2,929 56,804 5 287 2,980 10
USVI 31 317 10 1 15 7
UT 231 1,983 12 11 129 9
VA 1,158 12,444 9 12 258 5
VT 78 648 12 1 33 3
WA 1,229 8,710 14 61 334 18
WI 342 6,012 6 15 371 4
WV 40 1,548 3 7 136 5
WY 29 158 18 0 5 0

Sources:     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 Unduplicated number of RWP clients receiving a housing service who reported they were in unstable housing at the end of the reporting period (includes HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) based on 2010 RSR data. The categories for housing status are different in the Ryan White Services Program Report versus the Ryan White Program Services Report. “Nonpermanently housed” (RDR) and “unstable housing” (RSR) may not be comparable.

c Unduplicated count of clients receiving a housing service regardless of their HIV status (HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) who reported housing status at the end of the reporting period in 2010 RSR data.

d Unduplicated number of RWP clients not receiving a housing service who reported they were in unstable housing at the end of the reporting period (includes HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) based on 2010 RSR data. The categories for housing status are different in the Ryan White Services Program Report versus the Ryan White Program Services Report. “Nonpermanently housed” (RDR) and “unstable housing” (RSR) may not be comparable.

e Unduplicated count of clients not receiving a housing service regardless of their HIV status (HIV positive, negative, and indeterminate) who reported housing status at the end of the reporting period in 2010 RSR data.

NA = not available.

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