Ryan White Part B Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care and Services Plan
The Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Communicable Disease Control, HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Program, prepares the Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Plan every three years and updates the Plan annually in accordance with the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act. According to the federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), “Comprehensive HIV services planning provides a road map for developing a system of care over time. It does so by reviewing needs assessment data, existing resources to meet those needs, and barriers to care. This information is used to set out long-term goals, objectives, and strategies for delivering services. The plan also reflects the community’s vision and values about how best to deliver HIV/AIDS care, particularly in light of limited resources.” It is prepared through the collaborative efforts of the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) and members of the HIV Treatment and Care Planning Committee.
Ryan White Part B Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need
The Utah Department of Health, Division of Communicable Disease Control, HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Program (Program), prepares the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need (SCSN), every three years in accordance with the Ryan White CARE Act. According to the federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), “the purpose of the SCSN is to provide a collaborative mechanism to identify and address significant HIV care issues related to the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A), and to maximize coordination, integration, and effective linkages across the CARE Act Titles related to such issues”.
2004 Utah HIV Prevention and HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Needs Assessment Report
The 2004 Utah HIV Prevention and HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Needs Assessment was designed to help the Utah HIV Prevention Community Planning Committee and the Utah HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Planning Committee make evidence based decisions concerning the needs of PLWH/A in Utah. This study is the most comprehensive assessment of the needs of PLWH/A in Utah at this point in time. The quality of this needs assessment reflects the benefits of collaboration between HIV prevention and care.
2005 Utah HIV/AIDS Unmet Need Report
It is necessary to understand Utah’s HIV/AIDS unmet needs and gaps in services in order to better develop best practice service delivery methods. The unmet needs and gaps in services component should be used in conjunction with the HIV/AIDS Surveillance Epidemiology Profile and the HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Program Needs Assessment data to best understand the overarching HIV/AIDS issues facing the residents of the State of Utah.
Salt Lake County Affordable Housing Study
Results of a study that attempts to identify all of the afordable housing units in Salt Lake County. Click here for a full listing of properties and descriptions.
This report is intended to service as both an annual report for HIV/AIDS surveillance and as the Epidemiological Profile for the State-wide HIV Advisory Council. This report includes data from HIV and AIDS surveillance in Utah as well as selected data on sexually transmitted diseases and substance abuse, and data from Utah’s Behavioral Rick Factor Survey.