Housing Opportunities for Persons with Aids
The Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program is designed to provide resources and incentives to devise long-term comprehensive strategies for meeting the housing needs of low-income persons with AIDS or related diseases and their families. HOPWA funds may be used to assist all forms of housing designed to prevent homelessness through direct housing assistance, supportive services, and other program activities. Eligible persons and programs must reside within the Paradise Eligible Metropolitan Statistical Area, consisting of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson, Blue Diamond, Mesquite, Searchlight, Moapa, Overton, Bunkerville, Cal-Nev-Ari, Coyote Springs, Indian Springs, Jean, Laughlin, Logandale, Sloan and unincorporated Clark County. The Request for Proposal (RFP) invites qualified organizations to submit an application for an assessment of their organizational structure, staffing, their organization’s ability to meet the scope of work, and relevant experience. *Please note that this RFP is for a two-year grant period.
Please see Request for HOPWA Proposal below for access to the HOPWA Application, due by Nov. 18, 2021, at 3 p.m. Please contact Stephany Coaley, with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 702.229.2364.
- All agencies must be an IRS 501 C(3) or (4) nonprofit in good standing to apply.
- Agencies must have been in business at least one year prior to the application release date.
- To apply for HOPWA funds, agencies must serve clients who have HIV or AIDS and must provide HIV case management and/or direct housing services.
- Agencies must be in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State Office.
- Agencies must have a current city of Las Vegas business license for the address where the services will be provided.
Potential applicants for the grant program should review the eligibility criteria, program regulations, Public Notice of Funding, Request for Proposal and Application Manual. After the submission deadline, city staff reviews all applications for applicant and project eligibility. Applicants are sent a letter of explanation if the application is ineligible for HOPWA funding. All eligible applications are made available to the Community Development Recommending Board members. The 13-member citizen board then submits recommendations to the City Council for approval.
How to Apply
ZoomGrants is an online submission software program and requires that all applications be submitted via the website. Hard (paper) copies will not be accepted.
In order to begin the application process in ZoomGrants, click on this link.
In order to submit an application, every question must be completed. A complete electronic application and the uploaded attachments must be received no later than Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, at 3 p.m.