Alamo Area Resource Center

Homelessness is rare, brief and non-recurring

Funding Priority: End Homelessness

Housing Works

FY 2022 Adopted Allocation: $ 765,127 ($715,000 Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS) ($50,127 General Fund)

FY 2023 Adopted Allocation: $ 895,792 ($845,565 Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS) ($50,127 General Fund)

Total FY 2023 Program Budget: $ 895,792

Total FY 2023 Agency Budget: $ 20,284,637

Program Description: The goal of the Alamo Area Resource Center (AARC) Housing Works and Transportation Services program is to help low-income individuals identify, access, and maintain affordable housing to improve their overall quality of life. Through tenant based rental assistance, families are able to maintain stable housing and connect to vital ongoing medical care to ensure they can lower and maintain their viral loads.

PROGRAM PERFORMANCE MEASURES

Number (#) of unduplicated clients served through housing works

"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.

Number (#) of unduplicated clients provided with transportation

"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.

Number (#) of households served with Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)


Percentage (%) of Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) clients who reduce or maintain a viral load of 20ml or less



Percentage (%) of clients who exit the program into permanent housing or with other positive discharge disposition.

"Positive discharge disposition" may include a stable temporary living environment with family members.