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.
A copy of the Sacramento TGA's FY17 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.
FY2017 Quality Management Plan:
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Items of Interest:
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.