HOPWA

Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) consists of a tenant based housing program, a permanent supportive housing program, and a housing information services program. The tenant based housing program provides scattered site housing for 18 months to persons living with HIV/AIDS who meet HOPWA eligibility requirements. The fixed site is located in a residential area and houses 14 families. All program individuals receive supportive services to maintain housing and health care. Our Housing Information Specialist provides referral, counseling and fair housing information services to assist eligible persons with locating, acquiring, financing, and maintain housing. This supports assists clients in finding stable and affordable housing or making the transition from tenant based housing into permanent living arrangement.

Tenant Based Housing

This program provides housing assistance and intensive case management to people living with HIV/AIDS for 18 months. The program is to help clients maintain self sufficiency after the assistance ends.

Permanent Housing

This program provides permanent housing assistance and intensive case management to HIV positive individuals and their families.

Housing Information Specialist

Provides referral, counseling and fair housing information services to assist eligible persons with locating, acquiring, financing, and maintaining housing. This support assists clients in finding stable and affordable housing or making the transition from tenant based housing into a permanent living arrangement.

Community Services • 2124 Wooddale Blvd. • Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Phone: (225) 925-2372
Fax: (225) 925-5867
info@voagbr.org