- HOPWA: Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS
- HOPWA Formula Modernization
The Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) program, which has been operating under the same statute and regulations as established in 1992, is changing to reflect current HIV Epidemic trends with the passing and signing of Public Law 114-201. This new law includes modernization of the HOPWA formula, along with provisions related to other HUD programs. This page provides HUD guidance on HOPWA modernization.
If your community has specific concerns about HOPWA modernization – or HOPWA in general, including program operations, reporting, or eligible activities – the HOPWA "Ask a Question" desk is open for you.
Notice CPD-17-12, which supersedes and replaces the previously issued Notice CPD-16-17, details the “Stop-Loss” provisions as amended and provides updated information about the impact of HOTMA on HOPWA formula allocations.
Date Published: November 2017
This presentation is intended to demystify the HOPWA formula and the factors that impact the formula.
Date Published: September 2017
Key staff from the Office of HIV/AIDS Housing will discuss HUD's work toward ensuring communities are prepared for potential funding shifts based on the law that recently updated HOPWA's formula calculation for the first time in 25 years.
Date Published: July 2017
This message provides guidance and upcoming resources to assist in the transition for the changes occurring with HOPWA Modernization.
Date Published: June 2017
This message includes frequently asked questions about the modernization of the HOPWA formula.
Date Published: October 2016