Homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring

Funding Priority: End Homelessness

Newly Empowered Women

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 70,000 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 82,792 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 82,792

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 3,752,461


Program Description:

The Beat AIDS Coalition Trust, Inc. Newly Empowered Women (NEW) program provides short-term/transitional housing (3-6 months) to women living with HIV and/or AIDS with supportive services and crisis interventions. Clients have access to medical care to assist with decreasing viral load to help lower the risk of transmitting HIV, assistance with career preparedness and educational resources.

PROGRAM PERFORMANCE MEASURES

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance measure. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.

Bed Utilization Rate (%)

Bed Utilization Rate is calculated based on the total number of people who utilize a bed monthly divided by the total number of beds the agency reports as available within the same month.

Percentage (%) of families that exit the program into permanent housing or with other positive discharge disposition

Examples of a "positive discharge disposition" include clients exiting the program into a stable temporary living environment or with family members.

Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 227,080 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 268,578 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 268,578

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 3,752,461


Program Description:

The Beat AIDS Coalition Trust, Inc. Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program reduces barriers for homeless individuals and families diagnosed with HIV to help them access medical care and secure permanent housing. The program supports housing stabilization by providing assistance with rent and utilities.

Program Performance Measures

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance measure. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.

Percentage (%) of clients who reduced their viral load or maintained an undetectable viral load.

An "undetectable" HIV viral load is defined as having fewer than 20 HIV copies per milliliter of blood ( <20 copies/mL).

Percentage (%) of families that exit the program into permanent housing or with other positive discharge disposition

Examples of a "positive discharge disposition" include clients exiting the program into a stable temporary living environment or with family members.

Individuals and families are financially secure and in stable housing

Funding Priority: Financial Security

Case Management

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 109,488 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 129,497 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 129,497

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 3,752,461

Program Description:

The Beat AIDS Coalition Trust, Inc. Case Management (CM) Program assists participants with attaining employment, housing, and accessing benefits and/or employment to increase their income. The program also refers participants for continued skill development to assist participants to maintain or obtain employment and financial stability, Service is available to residents earning below 300% of the federal poverty level.

Program Performance Measures

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance measure. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.

Percentage (%) of clients who reduced or maintained an undetectable viral load

An "undetectable" HIV viral load is defined as having fewer than 20 HIV copies per milliliter of blood ( <20 copies/mL).

Percentage (%) of clients who report the program improved their self-sufficiency


Emergency Financial Assistance

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 198,520 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 234,799 (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 234,799

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 3,752,461


Program Description:

The Beat AIDS Coalition Trust, Inc. Emergency Financial Assistance (EFA) program seeks to lower the annual number of new HIV infections; reduce HIV transmission; and increase the percentage of people who live with HIV. To meet this goal, EFA assists clients with HIV/AIDS connect to medical care and resources to secure needed medication to effectively control their viral load.

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served

"Unduplicated clients" means each client who receives services in the current contract term will only be counted once in this performance measure. The current contract term is October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023 for FY2023.

Percentage (%) of participants who report improved financial literacy


Percentage (%) of clients report the program improved their self-sufficiency