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Housing for those with HIV/AIDS

The Oregon Health Authority administers the Oregon Housing Opportunities in Partnership Program (OHOP). The program's goal is to assist clients to achieve and maintain housing stability. This helps to avoid homelessness and improve access to HIV care and treatment.

The program acts as a bridge to long-term assistance programs, such as Section 8. It also provides tenant-based rental assistance to low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS. It offers assistance through rental subsidy payments.

Participation in the program is voluntary, conditional and is not an entitlement program.

Additionally, the program helps clients:
  • Locate and/or securing suitable rental housing
  • Identify other related housing and community-based resources 
  • Provide housing information and referral to those housing resources

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