Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. Appendix K

02/01/2014

Table K. HOPWA Housing Participant Outcomes

State Total Exits to Unstable Housing Total Number of Households Receiving TBRA, Permanent Housing Facilities Transitional/Short-Term Housing Facilities, or STRMU Assistance Percentage of Total Households Who Exited to Unstable Housing Had Contact with Primary Health Care Provider Consistent with the Schedule Specified in Participant’s Individual Service Plan Total Households on Which Outcomes Were Reported Percentage of Total Households on Which Outcomes Were Reported
Total 60,718 3,647 6 100,816 116,069 87
AK 78 4 5 73 74 99
AL 566 24 4 653 737 89
AR 285 25 9 211 294 72
AZ 802 36 4 743 793 94
CA 7,710 961 12 10,261 12,324 83
CO 376 2 1 660 736 90
CT 378 14 4 443 455 97
DC* 1,232 60 5 284 2,265 13
DE 250 2 1 250 250 100
FL 7,581 870 11 8,035 8,616 93
GA 2,242 158 7 3,589 3,665 98
GU 0 0 NA 0 0 NA
HI 184 7 4 351 351 100
IA 109 4 4 99 109 91
ID 117 12 10 68 117 58
IL 2,501 79 3 2,261 2,505 90
IN 757 30 4 744 744 100
KS 163 10 6 144 144 100
KY 1,083 12 1 1,699 1,728 98
LA 2,490 97 4 2,440 2,578 95
MA 694 7 1 1,338 1,411 95
MD 1,098 14 1 1,272 1,379 92
ME 228 3 1 368 368 100
MI 573 11 2 461 567 81
MN 352 9 3 277 352 79
MO 1,175 51 4 1,136 1,155 98
MS 1,109 41 4 288 1,107 26
MT* 232 19 8 213 218 98
NC 2,212 56 3 2,226 2,233 100
ND* 0 0 NA 0 0 NA
NE 137 4 3 109 128 85
NH 211 10 5 170 201 85
NJ 1,643 43 3 1,834 1,073 171
NM 666 0 0 1,604 1,604 100
NV 418 16 4 320 1,050 30
NY 5,765 256 4 39,268 43,350 91
OH 1,457 50 3 1,734 1,762 98
OK 372 2 1 415 443 94
OR 376 6 2 462 487 95
PA 1,792 66 4 1,652 1,782 93
PR 1,618 124 8 2,412 2,990 81
RI 180 5 3 272 287 95
SC 959 192 20 1,092 1,300 84
SD* 0 0 NA 0 0 NA
TN 1,373 27 2 1,813 4,161 44
TX 4,425 157 4 4,465 5,309 84
USVI 47 1 2 42 42 100
UT 165 5 3 215 224 96
VA 729 9 1 688 721 95
VT 153 1 1 148 153 97
WA 672 38 6 733 743 99
WI 583 15 3 550 599 92
WV 371 1 0 189 358 53
WY 29 1 3 42 27 156

Source:       HUD HOPWA CAPER and APR Reports, 2010.

Note:          In some cases, the number of households reported with outcome was higher than the number of households reported as receiving housing assistance. In addition, percentages over 100 percent were reporting errors.

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 or 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).

NA = not available.

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