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NATIONAL AIDS HOUSING COALITION NOW THE NATIONAL HIV/AIDS HOUSING COALITION

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

National AIDS Housing Coalition Statement on the House THUD Subcommittee Funding Bill Press Release 

PDF Version of NAHC Press Release June 23, 2022 Yesterday, June 22, 2022, the House Transportation-HUD Subcommittee released their fiscal year 2023 (FY23) funding bill (text is here). The subcommittee has allocated $600 million for the HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS) program for FY2023. This allocation is what the National AIDS Housing Coalition and community advocates asked for and

Happy Pride! News & Updates

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

429 national, state, and local organizations write to express support for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program to be funded at $600 million for FY2023

PDF Version of Letter Dear Chairman Schatz, Ranking Member Collins, Chairman Price, and Ranking Member Quigley:  We, the undersigned 429 national, state, and local organizations, write to express our strong support for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program in the Transportation-HUD appropriations bill. We implore the House of Representatives and Senate to fund HOPWA at least at

URGENT: NAHC Request for Signatures FY2023 | Honorable Jerrold Nadler Request For Signatures FY2023

The National AIDS Housing Coalition is advocating for Congress to fund HOPWA at $600 Million for FY23 Please read our letter to Congress and sign on by COB Thursday, April 21, 2022We will include organizations that have previously been selected to be automatically signed on to NAHC funding letters. If you would like to remove your organization’s name from the auto sign-on list, please email LaurenK@nationalaidshousing.org.Please share this

BREAKING: NAHC Statement on President’s FY23 Budget Proposal

Download PDF Version President Biden’s budget, released today, proposes the HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons Living with AIDS) program be funded at $455 million for fiscal year 2023. This proposal essentially flat-funds the HOPWA program, the only dedicated source of housing funds for people living with HIV/AIDS.  The Biden administration has declared they will end HIV in America, and put

Breaking: NAHC Response to Congress FY22 Budget

National AIDS Housing Coalition Statement on FY22 Budget Congress has passed a $1.5 trillion package Thursday night that funds the federal government through September. This budget fails to meet the needs of low-income people living with HIV/AIDS by funding HOPWA at $450 million for FY22. HOPWA, a program within HUD, is a supportive housing program that serves low-income and extremely

HOPWA FY22 Sign-On Letter, February 2, 2022

Dear Chairman Schatz, Ranking Member Collins, Chairman Price, and Ranking Member Quigley:  We, the undersigned_______ national, state, and local organizations, write to express our strong support for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program in the Transportation-HUD appropriations bill. We implore you to adopt the House of Representatives proposal, appropriating at least $600 million for HOPWA in Fiscal

Call Your Senators Now & Tell them to Vote YES to the Build Back Better Act!

December 10, 2021 The Senate could vote on the “Build Back Better Act” as soon as the week of December 20th. Your advocacy is needed to call and email your senators TODAY and next week and implore them to vote for the Build Back Better Act and its historical investments in rental assistance, public housing, and the Housing Trust Fund!