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Promoting Effective National HIV/AIDS Policies in Time of Fiscal Constraint

Ensure U.S. leadership in the response to HIV/AIDS

U.S. funding, expertise and leadership has helped to make HIV a treatable condition, allowing people living with the virus to return to work, raise families, pay taxes and contribute fully to their communities.  International action by the U.S. has also proven that HIV infection rates can be reduced and lifesaving treatment can be provided to millions of people in need.

Click on the provided link to read this issue brief by the Federal ADS Policy Partnership Promoting Effective National HIV/AIDS Policies in Time of Fiscal Constraint.

ABAC Documents FY2016

Key Documents:

Additional Electronic Documents:

HOPWA Informational One-Pagers

2015 HOPWA Need Paper – The requested funding level will enable more than 67,200 households to obtain housing assistance.

Breaking the Link Between Homelessness and HIV – Homelessness is both a cause and an effect of HIV infection.

Housing is HIV Prevention – Housing assistance is a powerful way to prevent the spread of HIV.

Housing is Cost-Effective HIV Prevention And Care– Housing for people living with HIV/AIDS saves lives and money.

Housing is HIV Health Care – Housing assistance is health care for people living with HIV/AIDS.