Housing Opportunities for Persons with Aids (HOPWA) is a federally funded program providing housing assistance and supportive services for low-income people with HIV/AIDS and related diseases, and their families. People with AIDS and other HIV-related illnesses often face challenges in meeting personal, medical, and housing costs during their illness. HOPWA funds can be used for an array of activities including:
- Housing assistance, supportive services and program development costs.
- Operation and maintenance of facilities and community residences.
- Short-term payments to prevent homelessness.
Services are delivered through local government and nonprofit organizations throughout the state except King and Snohomish counties, who receive a separate HOPWA grant, and Clark and Skamania counties who receive funding through the City of Portland’s HOPWA grant.
Consolidated Plan, Action Plan and Performance Evaluation Report
Forms for HOPWA Project Sponsors
Monthly Invoice Report (PDF)
|Rent Reasonableness Form (Word)
2018 HOPWA Guidelines (PDF)
Client budget worksheet (Word document)
Client information (Word document)
HOPWA Habitability Standards/Housing inspection form (Word document)
Housing plan (Word document)
Income and resident rent calculation (Word document)
Income eligibility worksheet (Word document)
Release of information (Word document)
Shared rent calculator (Word document)
STRMU tracking chart (Excel spreadsheet)
Verification of no income (Word document)
HUD Grantee Oversight Resource Guide (website)
If you or someone you know needs assistance, you can find help using this list of Washington State Homeless Adult & Family Coordinated Entry Sites (PDF) or 211 Washington Information Network (web).
Consolidated Homeless Grant
Annual Point in Time Count
Continuum of Care
Emergency Solutions Grant
Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)
Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS
HUD Section 811 Rental Assistance
Homeless Student Stability Program (HSSP)
Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)
Homeless System Performance
Office of Homeless Youth