The Housing Opportunity Program for People with AIDS (HOPWA) is a federally funded initiative that provides housing assistance and support services to people living with HIV (PLWH). This program strives to increase the availability of decent, safe and affordable housing for individuals with low incomes. Searching for affordable housing can be a challenge, but there are resources available. A great place to start is a housing assistance program or an AIDS service organization (ASO) in your area.
To locate a local ASO, use this directory of health services. Additionally, the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program has programs in many cities across the United States. To check if there is a HOPWA program in your area, visit the HOPWA website. The Alliance for Housing and Healing Aging in Place program provides additional rental assistance to all seniors who reside in the city of West Hollywood who are facing a rental burden.
The clinic is a Los Angeles County “Center of Excellence” for biomedical prevention services, offering PEP and PrEP to anyone, insured, underinsured, or uninsured, including navigating PrEP, benefit counseling, fourth generation testing, treatment and on-site pharmacy. We partner with non-profit agencies and public housing authorities in Los Angeles County to provide direct housing and support services. When looking for affordable housing in Los Angeles County, it's important to remember that there may be more than one housing authority in the area. It's essential to research all available options to find the best fit for you.