See the Demonstration Sites for manuals, tip sheets, presentations, and other intervention-specific resources.
Technical Assistance Webinars
Recordings of webinars held for demonstration sites throughout the course of the project.
Department of Labor and community resources available to people with HIV who want to move along the employment spectrum.
Highlights different housing models and affordable housing options for people with HIV.
A care coordination model for assessing and addressing client stages of change.
Strategies for coaching clients towards reaching their housing and employment goals.
Strategies for navigators to stay safe when conducting outreach.
Explores the income impacts of SSI and/or SSDI, SNAP, and rental subsidies and how to calculate them for individual clients interested in returning to work.
Explores lessons learned from the Linkage and Retention (ARCH) intervention at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program including recruitment models and strategies for harder to reach clients experiencing homelessness, along with ideas and tips for outreach and home visit safety.
Information on how criminal histories impact potential housing and employment opportunities and how to employ a strengths-based approach when working with clients with criminal histories.
Exploration of the different types of immigration statues and how they may affect client opportunities to secure housing and employment.
Information on how incarceration history impacts the ability to access HIV care, housing, and employment.
Strategies for planning for sustainability of HIV care coordination interventions.
Briefs and Site Spotlights
Lessons learned in building a system between the Medical Case Management and housing programs to meet clients’ social and medical needs.
Learn how AIDS Foundation Chicago connected justice-involved women of color with HIV to medical and social services by organizing Women’s Connection Summits.
Learn how Liberty Community Services, Inc. successfully integrated employment into their existing services through an innovative intervention called POWER (Pursuing Opportunities with Employment & Resources).
Learn strategies to help Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA) Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program clients during COVID-19, also known as coronavirus. These approaches are applicable today and many have broader application for hard-to-reach populations in need of social support services during times of uncertainty.
This project spotlight profiles the City of Kansas City, Missouri Health Department (KCHD)'s novel intervention to provide clients living with HIV free bikes to travel to doctor's appointments, medical case management appointments, employment, and to do normal activities of daily living. This project was an outgrowth of the KC Life 360 intervention, part of the larger housing and employment intervention.
This issue brief discusses the integration of navigators into care systems. It includes the definition of "Navigator," roles and responsibilities of navigators within and outside of clinics/agencies. Also included are the steps along the HIV care continuum that navigators help support, team protocols and navigator integration into care teams, and navigator supervision.
This issue brief covers the topic of housing vulnerable populations in tight housing markets, including effective strategies and associated resources.