About the HIV, Housing & Employment Project

Documentation of the overall project over its course with a focus on evaluation and technical assistance.

Monograph | Initiative Presentations & Posters | Findings & Lessons Learned


Coming Soon: Comprehensive summary document covering methods and findings.

Initiative Presentations and Posters

See also the individual demonstration site pages for demonstration site posters and presentations.

Poster presented at the Boston University Medical Campus Annual Health Equity Symposium. Boston, MA. 2019.

Download Preliminary Findings Poster

Findings and Lessons Learned

These webinar recordings are from the SPNS Initiative's end-of-project meeting and highlight preliminary findings and lessons learned.

Achieving success in housing, employment, and HIV primary care requires an intentional and coordinated effort, as they are interdependent upon one another. HIV care, housing, and employment must be addressed collectively for people with HIV (PWH) to achieve viral suppression. As part of the HRSA/SPNS Initiative: Improving Health Outcomes through the Coordination of Supportive Employment and Housing Services, twelve demonstration sites developed innovative practices for providing integrated, quality HIV and behavioral health care while simultaneously addressing the unmet need for housing, employment, and other social services that compete with health care. Between 2017-2020, this initiative served over 1000 PWH who experienced homelessness or housing instability and un/underemployment.

In this webinar, we will share an overview of the initiative and findings from the multi-site evaluation. Two demonstration sites will also share their approaches to partnering with other locally and federally funded agencies to improve housing stability and employment opportunities for PWH.

Presentation Slides

Motivating clients, utilizing the Stages of Change model, the Employment Spectrum & job clubs.

Supporting transgender, undocumented & previously incarcerated clients in finding housing.

Utilizing emergency housing funding, the Coordinated Entry System & transitional housing to secure housing.

Utilizing data integration, gap lodging, and DOL partnerships to sustain and scale housing and employment programming.

Preliminary project outcomes.