In 1991 the Mayor of New York City established the HIV Health and Human Services Planning Council of New York. The Council is charged with developing spending priorities and allocating for Ryan White CARE Act Part A funds based on the needs of the ever-changing HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Council is a coalition of persons living with HIV/AIDS, care givers, governmental representatives, and community members. The vision of the Planning Council is that people living with HIV disease in the New York Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA) will have access to appropriate, quality services across the continuum of care, resulting in the best possible health and quality of life.
Click here for the FY 16 Grant Application
Click here for "Needs Assessment for HIV" 2014
Click here for a presentation on the impact of health care reform and medicaid changes on Ryan White Services
Click here for the "Comprehensive Plan for HIV/AIDS Services in the New York EMA 2012-2015"
Click here for the Planning Council/Grantee Memorandum of Understanding
Priority Setting & Resource Allocation Committee
July 25th, 3-5:00pm
ASCNYC, 64 W. 35th St., 3rd fl.
July 26th, 1-3:00pm
Cicatelli Assoc., 505 8th Ave., 19th fl.
July 26th, 3-5:00pm
NYC DOHMH, 42-09 28th St., Long Island City, Rm. 4-19
July 28th, 2:00-5:00pm
DOHMH, 42-08 28th Street, Long Island City, Room 3-32
HIV Planning Council
August 4th, 2-5:00pm
DOHMH, 42-09 28th St., Long Island City, rm. 3-32
Apply For Membership on the HIV Planning Council
Click here for an online application for Planning Council membership.
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