The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ( HUD ) announced $4.1 million for three groups to assist low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families in Illinois.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago-Chicago Housing for Health Partnership, isawarded a HOPWA ( Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS ) Program permanent supportive housing renewal grant in the amount of $1,382,574 to continue providing supportive housing to persons living with HIV/AIDS in Chicago. Tenant-based rental assistance will be provided to 99 households over the next annual cycle.
AIDS Foundation of Chicago-Re-entry Housing for Health Partnership has been awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant in the amount of $1,423,648 to continue providing scattered-site tenant-based rental assistance to 38 post incarcerated individuals annually in collaboration with Christian Community Health Center, The Boulevard of Chicago and the Center for Housing and Health.
University of Illinois, College of Medicine, has been awarded a HOPWA permanent supportive housing renewal grant of $1,252,469 to continue providing 55 households with tenantbased rental assistance and supportive services and 75 households with permanent housing placement services ( PHP ) for persons living with HIV/AIDS.
For more on HUD, visit HUD.gov and espanol.hud.gov .