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Representative Mike Quigley Discusses HOPWA funding with HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge
Representative Mike Quigley is an advocate for us on HOPWA and his questioning of Secretary Marcia Fudge in the appropriations hearing in early May was wonderful. Lauren, NAHC Executive Director, worked with his office on these questions. Please share it with your networks! During the testimony even after Rep. Quigley addresses that the proposed budget will result in approximately 10,000 households losing HOPWA assistance, Secretary Fudge says, “President Biden’s proposed $455M for HOPWA, which we believe is a very good amount.” Quigley didn’t relent:
Watch the Full Testimony

We don’t think the proposed $455 million is a “very good amount”, and we need as much help in ensuring Congress knows that HOPWA being funded at $600 million for FY2023 is imperative to ensuring current households being served by HOPWA remain housed and continue to increase the availability of housing support for the 400,000 PLWHA who are in need. 

We need YOU to contact your House Representatives and Senate Members of Congress and urge them to support the funding of HOPWA at $600 million for FY2023. We will be updating our website regularly with talking points, data, and language for you to use. NAHC HOPWA Advocacy FY2023

We Received A Grant!
National AIDS Housing Coalition is dedicated to ensuring people living with HIV/AIDS have access to appropriate, safe, and affordable housing and has just received $15K from Broadway Cares in support of our advocacy work! Check them out and see all the work they do! Broadway Cares Website
NAHC Board will be heading to our DC office in June for our annual Board Meeting, and we are excited to celebrate Pride Month with each other! 


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NHAHC Response to President’s Proposed FY24 Budget

NHAHC Response to President’s Proposed FY24 Budget March 15, 2023 President Biden’s budget request, released last week, proposes the HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons Living with AIDS) program be funded at $505 million for fiscal year 2024. While this amount is a $6M increase to enacted FY23 levels, due to inflation, it essentially cuts the HOPWA program– the only dedicated source of

Take Action this World AIDS Day 2022 | NHAHC

n the United States, the need for safe, affordable housing remains the number one unmet need for people living with HIV. A stable home is a cornerstone of basic quality of life, and for people living with HIV/AIDS, this basic need is interdependent with achieving health and success in controlling HIV.  


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 2, 2022  Contact: Lauren Banks  Executive Director  lauren@nhahc.org PDF of Press Release | NHAHC November 2  Since 1993, the National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC) has secured safe, appropriate, and affordable housing for those who are at risk of and living with HIV and AIDS. Today the organization becomes the National HIV/AIDS Housing Coalition (NHAHC). Our subtle name-change

Contact Your Senators NOW!

The House has written into their THUD bill for the fiscal year 2023 $600 million for HOPWA programs! We see this as a step toward ending HIV/AIDS homelessness in the United States and demonstrate a commitment to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States. However, we need your help to make this happen with the Senate.This House bill is just