CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS: Role of Housing as an Essential Component of HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care

H. Con. Res 137 S. Con. Res 162 (112th Congress)

On May 25, 2010, the U.S. House of Representatives adopted H. Con. Res. 137, expressing the sense of the Congress that the lack of adequate housing must be addressed as a barrier to effective HIV prevention, treatment and care, and that the United States should make a commitment to providing adequate funding for developing housing as a response to the AIDS pandemic.  To read the NAHC press release statement on this milestone, click here.

To view H.CON.RES.137 floor proceedings, click here

The Senate also introduced S. Con. Res. 39 as S.Res.162. S. Res 162 has achieved bipartisan co-sponsorship and currently has 13 co-sponsors. S. Res. 162 has been referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs.

To view the full text S. Res. 162 as well as the complete list of co-sponsors, click here.