Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. III. Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and CARE Services


In response to the NHAS request for greater access to HIV care, in 2011 the HUD Office of HIV/AIDS Housing awarded seven competitive Integrated HIV/AIDS Housing Plan (IHHP) grants designed to combine housing assistance with a community planning component.29 This chapter documents key features of the IHHP programs: their site characteristics, their program models, and details of their integration of HIV housing, health care, and other services.

While many HOWPA programs work closely with RWP providers to link housing with HIV care, these IHHP grants are unique in their integration of housing and HIV care at three levels: individual services, organizational data systems, and community-level planning processes. By documenting the program models, implementation processes, and integration challenges of these IHHP sites, we hope that lessons learned from this analysis can inform policy and program-planning discussions about how best to integrate these programs.

29 2011 Integrated HIV/AIDS Housing Plan Special Projects of National Significance Program Grantees. Accessed August 11, 2013, at [].

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