- HOPWA: Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS
- HOPWA Reports, Program Data, and Program Limits
HOPWA Performance Profiles
The national HOPWA performance profiles represent data as received by HUD HQ. Data collection and validation actions are pending with some reports. Under the Consolidated Plan process, at the end of that program year, formula grantees compile information on housing outputs and client outcomes from all project sponsors and submit a HOPWA grantee summary (within 90 days) to HUD's area field office and the HQ Office of HIV/AIDS Housing. The HOPWA section is also part of their CAPER report that provides public information on their formula program accomplishments. Grantees also report related project and client data in a HOPWA beneficiary worksheet (pending related enhancements to IDIS for this information) on the assistance provided to beneficiaries during this operating period. Similarly, HOPWA competitive renewal grants report at the end of each of their contract years in Annual Progress Reports (APR). Program operating years vary by grant. By contrast, data on expenditures is tracked in a live manner, based on current disbursements filed with the Department's accounting systems.
The 3- to 5-year Consolidated Plan describes a jurisdiction’s community development priorities and multiyear goals for using CDBG, HOME, Emergency Shelter Grant, and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG), and HOPWA. Priorities and goals are based on an assessment of housing and community development needs, an analysis of housing and economic market conditions and available resources.
Annual Action Plan
The Consolidated Plan is carried out through Annual Action Plans, which provide a concise summary of the actions, activities, and the specific federal and non-federal resources that will be used each year to address the priority needs and specific goals identified by the Consolidated Plan. Grantees are required to post their Annual Action Plan online. Use a web search to find a grantee’s Annual Action Plan.
State and local governments that receive CDBG, HOME, Emergency Shelter Grant, and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG), and HOPWA funds report all activity occurring through the last day of the program year in the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Grantees are required to post their CAPER online. Use a web search to find a grantee’s CAPER.
This page allows users to search for HOPWA funding allocations by grantee.
The page shows the HOPWA income limits for Extremely Low (30%), Very Low (50%) and Low (80%) Income.
Fair Market Rents
This page shows the HUD Fair Market rents. HOPWA regulations state that the maximum housing subsidy a client may be provided under the HOPWA program is the difference between the rent standard (FMR) or reasonable rent - whichever is lower - and the client's contribution.