The Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded a total of $29 million in grants to support stable housing for 1,200 low-income people and families living with HIV, according to a HUD press release. The grants go to 25 different programs located in 16 states.

In addition to providing housing, the grantees also offer supportive services to those living with HIV, including case management, employment training and programs dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues.

Funding comes through HUD’s Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Programs (HOPWA). The grants also support the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) and Opening Doors, which is the Obama Administration’s plan to fight homelessness.

The HUD press release includes a list of grantees and a profile on each one.