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Maine Center Nabs Three HOPWA Awards

The Portland, ME-based Frannie Peabody Center captures three of the latest renewal awards for competitive Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), more than any other entity in HUD's latest round in which it disbursed $33 million to programs in 17 states.  Patti Capouch, the Cente...

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HUD Grants Fund Permanent Housing for AIDS/HIV Patients

More than 1,200 people suffering from HIV/AIDS will continue to reside in permanent housing thanks to a nearly $33 million funding initiative from HUD's Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program's Permanent Supportive Housing Renewal Grants. The awards cover 28 programs in 17 st...

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(HOPWA) Collaboration Key to HUD Grant Award, Nonprofit Says

The Jacksonville, FL-based nonprofit River Region Human Services Inc. (RRHS) can move forward on a project to provide 125 units for those suffering from AIDS after HUD awarded it a $1.35 million grant. RRHS is one of seven groups receiving nearly $9 million in HUD funding through the Housing Opport...

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(HOPWA) KY Recipient of 2011 Funds: Renewal About Doing Things Right

For one long-time Kentucky provider in HUD's Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA), getting renewal funding from the department is as simple as doing the job right. "As long as you do what you're supposed to do, [HUD wants] to provide you with supportive funding," says Irene Gooding, ...

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(HUD) Department Issues $21.4 Million in HOPWA Funds to Aid 19 Projects

Recipients as small as a city housing authority in Vermont to ones as large as state housing and community development agencies will be using $21.41 million during the next three years to ensure about 960 housing units can continue to house those suffering from HIV/AIDS. HUD Secy. Shaun Donovan mad...

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HUD Offers Seven Housing Programs HOPWA Renewal Grants

HUD sends $8 million in Fiscal Year 2009 renewal grants to seven housing programs that provide services to very low-income people living with AIDS. The Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA) continues support for these programs, which would otherwise have seen their funding exp...

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HUD Provides $10 Million in HOPWA Funds

HUD officials award $10 million in funding for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program, the money going to eight nonprofit efforts and one city nationwide. The program is designed to find housing for those suffering from AIDS and HIV in the belief that improving their housin...

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Senate Appropriators Offer HOPWA Hike to Cover Inflation

Citing a need to cover inflationary program costs, Senate appropriators seek to give the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA) a slight boost in fiscal year 2009, proposing a $15-million increase for the program over current levels. The current funding level of $300 million fo...

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HUD Moves $19.3 Million in HOPWA Funding Awards

Nineteen local programs receive $19.3 million in fiscal year 2008 renewal grants to help fight homelessness for those with HIV/AIDS, a move expected to help 1,100 people nationwide. About 90% of the funding from the $300 million Housing Opportunities for Patients with AIDS Program (HOPWA) is sent t...

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HUD Offers Two New Types of HOPWA Awards in $8-Million NOFA

HUD expects six to eight new awards to take $8 million in funding for new types of AIDS-related housing efforts as part of the department's Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) released May 7.Congress allocated $300 million in fiscal year 2008 funds for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AI...

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