New Report: "Mass Incarceration, Housing Instability and HIV/AIDS: Research Findings and Policy Recommendations"
Ending Homelessness and Housing Instability among Young Black MSM: Critical to an AIDS Free Generation
- Chicago Housing for Health Partnership Study published in American Journal of Public Health and the Journal of the American Medical Association.
- CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS: Role of Housing as an Essential Component of HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care
- National Affordable Housing Trust Fund
About the National AIDS Housing Coalition
Since NAHC was founded in 1993, its coalition of national and community-based organizations and individuals provides strong advocacy, representation, and training for thousands of consumers, community leaders, and social service/health providers.
The National AIDS Housing Coalition envisions an international community where housing is a human right and HIV disease ends. It is clear that housing improves health outcomes of those living with HIV disease and reduces the number of new HIV infections. The end of HIV/AIDS critically depends on an end to poverty, stigma, housing instability, and homelessness.
The National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC) works to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic by ensuring that persons living with HIV/AIDS have quality, affordable and appropriate housing. NAHC accomplishes this through policy and resource advocacy, fostering, translating and disseminating research, and convening leaders to affect change at the local, national, and international levels.