Virginia Integrated HIV Services Plan 2017-2021
The Virginia Department of Health’s Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan and the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need 2017-2021 serves as the plan for the Commonwealth of Virginia, and also for the Norfolk, Transitional Grant Area. The District of Columbia Ryan White Part A Eligible Metropolitan Area has a separate plan, which includes 17 counties in Northern and Northwestern Virginia, overlapping service areas of the Commonwealth.
Virginia’s Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan is a roadmap for HIV services identifying specific goals, objectives, and activities that are needed to stop the spread of HIV in Virginia and improve the health outcomes of all Virginians living with HIV.
For more information about the Plan, contact Renate Nnoko, HIV Care Services Planner, at (804) 864-7950 or email@example.com. Bruce Taylor, HIV Prevention Services Planner, may also be contacted for more information about the plan at (804) 864-8015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view the complete Plan, click here.
To view each Section of the Plan, click on each Section link below:
- Section I: Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need
- Section II: Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan
- Section III: Monitoring and Improvement
- Appendices – A. Financial Resources Inventory
- Appendices – B. Integrated HIV Services Plan
- Appendices – C. Letters of Concurrence
The Virginia Department of Health wishes to thank the many people living with and affected by HIV disease, public health officials, researchers, and staff of many organizations that participated in the development of the Plan. Without their help, the Plan, which lays the groundwork for reaching the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and ending the HIV epidemic in Virginia, would not be possible.
The Division of Disease Prevention creates and distributes educational materials to service providers and organizations to meet the needs of the public. Any interested parties may visit our educational materials page to view some of our online depository and download our HIV/STD Literature Request Form to place an order. Any questions in regards to educational materials can be directed to the Virginia Disease Prevention Hotline.
Below is a list of documents and resources that offer more information on other Division of Disease Prevention projects.
- 2010 Strategic Plan for Young African-American Men Who Have Sex With Men
- 2015 STD Treatment Guidelines
- DDP Security and Confidentiality Policies and Procedures
- HIV Testing & Screening Law – Effective July 1, 2008
- HIV Testing in Virginia – Frequently Asked Questions (Updated July 1, 2008)
- Pharmacy HIV Testing Policies, Procedures, and Quality Control Manual
- Virginia 2012 Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan
- Virginia Department of Health HIV Testing Quality Assurance Manual (2016 Edition)
- Virginia HIV Epidemiology Profile
- The Changing Landscape of HIV
- 4th Generation HIV Testing
- No Wrong Door – HIV Testing Options
- PrEP in Virginia
- Reaching Health Outcomes for PLWH
- Real Talk – Effective Motivational Techniques
- Regional Round Tables
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