Let’s make a world that’s free of HIV.
Until we get there, there’s a lot we can do together to support people in our communities who are living with, affected by, or at risk for HIV/AIDS. Columbus Public Health is here to help. Tap into our library of resources for partner agencies and organizations to help your staff provide client-centered programs and services, meet grant compliance requirements, and more.
Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE)
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America is a bold plan that aims to end the HIV epidemic in the United States by 2030. EHE is the operational plan developed by communities across the country to pursue that goal. The plan leverages critical scientific advances in HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and outbreak response by coordinating the highly successful programs, resources and infrastructure of many agencies and people.
Strategic Plan Published June 2021.
EHE Strategic Plan Glossary
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Partner Resources
The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program is the largest federal program focused exclusively on providing HIV care and treatment services to people living with HIV. The program provides a comprehensive system of care for people living with HIV who are uninsured or underinsured. More than half of people living with diagnosed HIV in the United States receive services through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program each year.
Ryan White Part A Forms
Standardized forms developed for the Ryan White Part A Program.
Information and documentation protocols developed for the Ryan White Part A Case Management and Housing Programs.
Ryan White Part A Service Standards
Service standards developed to ensure all Ryan White Part A-funded service providers offer the same fundamental components, which are consistent with applicable clinical and/or professional guidelines, state and local regulations, and licensure requirements of the given service category.
Ryan White Part A Policies
Policies developed to align with federal legislation and provide guidance to funded service providers.
Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS
The Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) Program is the only Federal program dedicated to the housing needs of people living with HIV/AIDS. Under the HOPWA Program, HUD makes grants to local communities, States, and nonprofit organizations for projects that benefit low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families.
HOPWA Eligibility Requirements
HOPWA provides funding through a formula program as well as a competitive program that has different types of grant projects.
HOPWA Performance Management and Monitoring
The HOPWA program helps beneficiaries improve their health by providing stable housing as a basis for increased participation in comprehensive care. Program achievements are measured though performance reports submitted annually by program grantees.
HOPWA National Technical Assistance
The goal of HOPWA Technical Assistance (TA) is to strengthen the management, operation, and capacity of HOPWA grantees, project sponsors, and assist communities in identifying and addressing the supportive housing needs for low-income individuals and their families living with HIV/AIDS.
HOPWA Law, Regulations, and Federal Register Notices
Authorizing law, regulations, and federal register notices for the HOPWA Program.
HOPWA CPD Notices
CPD Notices provide detailed guidance on a specific subject. HOPWA CPD Notices explain how the HOPWA program regulations should be interpreted or applied.
HOPWA In Focus Messages
A series of messages about Office of HIV/AIDS Housing policy priorities and information relating to the implementation of the HOPWA Program for grantees, project sponsors and other stakeholders.