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- Blacks Living with and HIV Diagnosis in FLORIDA, 2017 - Fact Sheet
- Trans in the South: A Guide to Resources and Services A directory of more than 400 Southern health service providers (not all Ryan White funding) that the Campaign for Southern Equality team has confirmed to be trans-friendly and trans-competent. Available in both English and Spanish, you’ll find lists of trans-friendly mental health providers, primary care physicians, HIV care specialists, attorneys, endocrinologists, and more across 13 Southern states. The guide also includes resources to assist with funding medical transition, and helpful information about insurance coverage. We hope this resource guide helps people access the services they need to survive and to thrive.
- HOPWA Program Public Hearings The City of Miami and its Department of Housing & Community Development invite you to our upcoming public hearings in preparation for the Consolidated Plan 2019-2023. All City residents are encouraged to attend and participate in these public hearings to discuss community needs and establish priorities for federally funded activities within the City during a five-year period (2019-2023).
NORTH MEETING: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m.; Charles Hadley Park, Community Room, 1350 NW 50th Street, Miami, FL 33142
HOPWA MEETING: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 @ 4:30 p.m.: United Way of Miami-Dade, Ryder Room, 3250 SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33129
SOUTH MEETING: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m.: Miami City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3500 Pan American Drive, Miami, FL 33133
And . . . Stay tuned for details on the HOPWA RFP!
- The Science Is Clear: With HIV, Undetectable Equals Untransmittable (HIV.gov/NIAID Newsroom) NIH Officials Discuss Scientific Evidence and Principles Underlying the U=U Concept . . .
- No One Cares More About Your Baby Than You STD and Viral Hepatitis Section is pleased to announce the launch of the interactive 2019 STD Awareness campaign, “No One Cares More About Your Baby Than You”, that focuses primarily on; 1) women who are pregnant and the importance of first and third trimester screening for syphilis, HIV, hepatitis B and other STDs, 2) females of childbearing age, and 3) a provider page highlighting prenatal screening per Florida Statute, STD link to CHARTS and other features (provider page coming soon). All campaign materials are Smart phone compatible.
- Taking Care of Me - New Waiting Room Intervention to Address Adherence & Retention The CDC has posted the “Taking Care of Me” video intervention on their Effective Interventions website which has multiple resources for implementation of high impact prevention initiatives. Taking Care of Me is a 29 minute waiting room video focused on ART adherence, retention in care and sexual risk reduction. The video was developed for people living with HIV from diverse cultural backgrounds to be viewed in HIV clinics and other HIV community-based agencies. . . Click below for the a link to the FREE video and the study: Effects of a brief video intervention on treatment initiation and adherence among patients attending human immunodeficiency virus treatment clinics.
- Report on CDC-Funded HIV Testing, 2017 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) receives, analyzes, and disseminates data on CDC-funded HIV testing. This report includes HIV test-level data from 61 CDC-funded state and local health departments and 111 directly funded community based organizations for 2017. The data are used to describe the demographics of people tested and other programmatic activities that are funded by CDC, including linkage to HIV medical care, referral and interview for partner services, and referral to HIV prevention services.
- Feedback on Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan Guidance and Process HRSA and CDC are soliciting feedback from CDC HIV Prevention recipients, HRSA-funded Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part A and B recipients, planning bodies, people living with HIV (PLWH) and stakeholders on the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan Guidance for development, content requirements, submission, and feedback processes. Information provided will be summarized and provided to CDC and HRSA to inform the development of the guidance, content requirements, submission, and feedback processes for the 2022-2026 Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plans.
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