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State Table 2A (Required)

Priority Housing/Special Needs/Investment Plan (cont’d)

PART 2 PRIORITY SPECIAL NEEDS

Priority Level

Indicate High, Medium, Low, checkmark, Yes, No

Elderly




Medium

Frail Elderly




Medium

Severe Mental Illness




Medium

Developmentally Disabled




Medium

Physically Disabled




Medium

Persons w/ Alcohol/Other Drug Addictions

Medium

Persons w/HIV/AIDS




High

Victims of Domestic Violence

Medium

Other










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3 German, Danielle, Melissa A. Davey, and Carl A. Latkin. Residential Transience and HIV Risk Behaviors Among Injection Drug Users. AIDS and Behavior 11.2 (2007): 21+.

4 Salazar, L.F., Crosby, R.A., Holtgrave, D.R., Head, S., Hadsock, B., Todd, J., & Shouse, R.L. (2007). Homelessness and HIV-associated risk behavior among African American men who inject drugs and reside in the urban south of the United States. AIDS and Behavior, 11(6)/Supp 2: S70-S77.

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7 Lee, J. (2008). Housing status and HIV risk behaviors: Implications for prevention services for homeless youth. JoAnn Lee, Larkin Street Youth Services, San Francisco. Paper presented at the Third National Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit, Baltimore, Maryland.

8 Des Jarlais, D.C., Braine, N., & Friedmann, P. (2007). Unstable housing as a factor for increased injection risk behavior at US syringe exchange programs. AIDS and Behavior, 11(6)/Supp 2: S78-S84.

9 Elifson, K.W., Sterk, C.E., & Theall, K.P. (2007). Safe living: The impact of unstable housing conditions on HIV risk reduction among female drug users. AIDS and Behavior, 11(6)/ Supp 2: S45-S55.

10 Wolitski, R.J., Kidder, D.P., & Fenton, K.A. (2007). HIV, homelessness and public health: critical issues and a call or increased action, AIDS and Behavior, 11(6)/Supp 2:S167-S171

11 Aidala, A. (2005). Homelessness, Housing Instability and Housing Problems Among Persons Living with HIV/AIDS. Housing and HIV/AIDS Research Summit.

12 National Low Income Housing Coalition. (2009). Out of Reach 2009: U.S. Statistics. http://www.nlihc.org/oor/oor2009/OOR_US-Fact-Sheet.pdf.

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