The HOPWA Institute: Assessing Community Need – Resource ID
August 11, 2017
This presentation, as part of the HOPWA Institute (August 2017), demonstrated that Resource Identification (Resource ID) is a HOPWA eligible activity that can be flexibly used for a wide range of program activities, including identification and development of housing resources, HOPWA training, HMIS system funding, and research and planning efforts to assess community needs for HIV housing and supportive services. Specific topics included demystifying Resource ID, addressing ideas and best practices for HIV/AIDS housing needs assessments, using quantitative and qualitative data to determine the community's unmet need, and HOPWA housing priorities for improved community planning.
Jacob D. Mihalak
Sound Thinking, LLC
Manager for HIV/AIDS Housing and Health
Collaborative Solutions, Inc.
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