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Latest News and Updates

All clients receiving Ryan White Part A services will receive a client satisfaction survey after their visit. Click here to learn more about the survey and an opportunity to win a gift card. Click here to access the flyer.  Agencies can share this flyer to help promote the client satisfaction survey and giveaway. Scan the QR code on the flyer with your mobile device’s camera to learn more about the survey and an opportunity to win a gift card.

Ending the HIV Epidemic Phase III Pre-Proposal Conference

Phase III Proposal Conference for Ending the HIV Epidemic was hosted by Fulton County Government and The Department for HIV Elimination on July 29, 2021.

Click here to access the video of the conference.

Click here to access the document slides.

Ending the HIV Epidemic Phase III Request for Proposal

The Phase III Request for Proposals (RFP) for “Ending the HIV Epidemic” funds is available on BidNet Direct. Please look for: 21RFPRW0708B-EC, Ending the HIV Epidemic Phase III. Funding is available for eligible entities that provide services in Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and/or Gwinnett Counties.  Categories for funding include:

  • Arts, Media, Culture
  • Capacity Building
  • Effective Behavioral Interventions
  • Innovative Project Support
  • Non-Traditional Hours
  • Non-Traditional Services
  • Telehealth Services, Telecare Tablets
 
2022 Priorities Committee Data Presentations

The goal of the Priorities Committee of  the Planning Council is to set the priorities, allocate the resources, reallocate funds as needed, and give directives to the recipient on how best to meet these priorities. The planning council considers what service categories are needed to provide a comprehensive system of care for people living with HIV in the EMA, without regard to who funds those services. The planning council must prioritize only service categories that are included in the RWHAP legislation as core medical services or support services.

Data presented to the Priorities Committee submitted by the Department for HIV Elimination are listed below. To view the data please click on each link: Needs AssessmentCare Continuum and Disparities, HAB Performance Measures, Unit Cost Analysis, and Demographics and Utilization.

 
40th Anniversary of HIV/AIDS

On June 5, 1981, CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) first reported five cases describing what later became known as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and what is now known as HIV Stage III.

On this 40th anniversary, we remember the more than 32 million people who have died from HIV worldwide since the start of the global epidemic, and the 38 million people currently living with HIV.

Locally, we remember our partners, family members, friends, co-workers, advocates, and the thousands of others who are no longer with us – but also the partners, family members, friends, co-workers, advocates, and the thousands of others who are thriving with HIV and are living long and healthy lives.

In the past 40 years we have moved from overwhelming despair to a sense of hope. Let us continue to honor those we have lost by working together to end HIV.  Let us also honor and celebrate those men, women, and children who are living with HIV who make our community a richer, fuller, and more loving one.

 
Director Jeff Cheek talking with Fox5 Atlanta on Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative

 
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Needs Assessment

The Metropolitan Atlanta HIV Health Services Planning Council needs assessment is a process of collecting information about the needs of people living with HIV (PLWH)—both those receiving care and those not in care.

If you are living with HIV or you know someone else who is living with HIV, fill out or have them fill out the confidential assessment. The Metropolitan Atlanta HIV Health Services Planning Council is trying to do some really amazing things, but can only do them when those living with HIV complete the assessment.

Take the Needs Assessment Survey.

 
Department for HIV Elimination Providers Meeting 2020

View the virtual Department for HIV Elimination’s Annual Providers Meeting held on October 22, 2020 here.

Access the slides from the meeting here.

 Click here to read more news and updates

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Atlanta EMA HIV Care Continuum

The HIV Care Continuum is a model which shows the stages of medical care that people living with HIV go through from the time they find out they have the disease to receiving optimal treatment including antiretroviral therapy (ART) and viral suppression. Here is the Ryan White Care Continuum using 2020 data.

2019 AWARD AMOUNT
CLIENTS SERVED IN 2017
HIV DIAGNOSED
% LINKED TO CARE
% RETAINED IN CARE
% PRESCRIBED ART
% VIRAL SUPPRESSION
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