As outlined in its bylaws, The HIV Health Services Planning Council is a community planning body whose primary responsibilities include: assessing the needs of people living with HIV in El Dorado, Placer, Yolo and Sacramento Counties; establishing appropriate service priorities; and allocating federal grant funding, as provided under Part A and Part B, of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act to pay for the delivery of HIV/AIDS medical and support services for those who otherwise could not afford such services.
California State Office of AIDS: Laying a Foundation for Getting to Zero: California's Integrated HIV Surveillance, Prevention and Care Plan and California Needs Assessment for HIV can be found on the State site here: http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/aids/Pages/GettingtoZeroCalifornia.aspx
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Please note: The various Committees are scheduled to meet monthly with some minor exceptions. Please check the meeting information for more information. It is strongly advised to call to verify if a meeting is still scheduled as meetings are canceled when there is no pertinent business to conduct. Meetings may also be canceled at the last minute due to lack of quorum.
The FY17 Part A Application will be uploaded in the coming weeks.
A copy of the Sacramento TGA's FY16 Part A Application can be downloaded using the links below. The document is too large to upload in one document so there are three sections: Part 1, Part 2 and the Attachments.
A copy of the Sacramento TGA's FY15 Part A Application can be downloaded using the links below:
A copy of the Sacramento TGA's FY14 Part A Application can be downloaded using the links below:
NOTE: The inclusion of an individual's name in a website or a document related to the Sacramento HIV Health Services Planning Council does not indicate the HIV status of that individual.