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In the six-county Charlotte Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), it is estimated that there are nearly 6,000 people living with HIV/AIDS. The Carolinas CARE Partnership is designated by the City of Charlotte's Neighborhood & Business Services Department as the project sponsor for the HUD-funded Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS program (HOPWA) program. The Carolinas CARE Partnership has developed a continuum of care that provides funding to agencies for numerous services and programs designed to meet the housing needs of low-income people and families living with HIV/AIDS.
Stable housing allows persons living with HIV/AIDS to access comprehensive healthcare and adhere to complex HIV/AIDS drug therapies. Individuals living with HIV/AIDS risk losing their housing due to compounding factors, such as increased medical costs and limited incomes or reduced ability to keep working due to related illnesses. Research has documented that access to affordable and stable housing continues to play a vital role in improving health outcomes, treatment adherence, and the reduction of high-risk behaviors that transmit HIV.
Housing is Healthcare for people living with HIV/AIDS.
The HOPWA program operates in the Charlotte Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) that includes, Anson, Cabarrus, Gaston, Mecklenburg, Union and York (SC) counties.
HOPWA-Funded Agencies Include:
Downloadable Documents (PDFs):
For more information about HOPWA MSA program contact:
Please visit our Resource Directory page for the specific services under the HOPWA programs.