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The HOPWA Institute: Housing-Based Case Management & Supportive Services

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August 10, 2017



Given the connection between psychosocial and biomedical outcomes, housing needs must be addressed--and re-assessed--regularly for any organization charged with meeting the needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS. Creative and consistent housing-based case management is crucial to ensure the housing stability of HOPWA clients. As part of the HOPWA Institute (August 2017), this presentation covered specific topics including an exploration of the core principles of housing-based case management, strategies for using HOPWA supportive services to enhance case management practices, and an overview of low-barrier practices and service models: trauma-informed care, motivational interviewing, harm reduction, and housing first.


Christine Campbell
CM Consulting

Dana Ullrich
Program Associate
Collaborative Solutions, Inc.

Aisha Muhammad
Management Analyst
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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