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On November 27, 1990, Broward County established the HIV Health Services Planning Council (HIVPC). The HIVPC informs the work of the Recipient (Section 4) of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Part A funding.
The purpose of the Council is to provide planning to promote the development of HIV/AIDS health services, personnel, and facilities that meet identified health needs in a cost-effective manner, reduce inefficiencies, and develop HIV-related health plans.
We achieve this purpose by:
- Bringing people together who live with HIV or are otherwise connected to the HIV community to participate meaningfully in the planning process. By involving the people who most closely interact with the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, the Council improves consumer satisfaction, identifies priority needs, and plans a responsive care system.
- Supporting local control of planning and service delivery, and building partnerships among service providers, organizations, and governments.
- Monitoring and reporting progress within the continuum of care to assure fiscal responsibility and increase community support and commitment.
The HIV Health Services Planning Council meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month, at 9:30 a.m.
The HIVPC directs and coordinates an effective response to the HIV epidemic in Broward County to ensure high-quality, comprehensive care that positively impacts the health of individuals at all stages of illness. In so doing, we: (1) Foster the substantive involvement of the HIV-affected communities in assuring consumer satisfaction, identifying priority needs, and planning a responsive system of care, (2) Support local control of planning and service delivery, and build partnerships among service providers, community organizations, and federal, state, and municipal governments, (3) Monitor and report progress within the HIV continuum of care to ensure fiscal responsibility and increase community support and commitment.
To ensure the delivery of high-quality, comprehensive HIV/AIDS services to low-income and uninsured Broward County residents living with HIV, by providing a targeted, coordinated, cost-effective, sustainable, and client-centered system of care.
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“The only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment.” Tony Robbins
Broward County HIV Health Services Planning Council Calendar
Dates and times are subject to change. Visit https://www.brhpc.org/programs/hiv-planning-council/ for updates. For questions about the HIV Planning Council & Committees, please contact the Planning Council Support Team at 954-561-9681 ext. 1343 or 1244. For questions about the QI Networks, please contact the Clinical Quality Management Team at 954-561-9681 ext. 1219 or 1295.
Join the HIV Health Services Planning Council
You can be a part of the HIV Health Services Planning Council’s (HIVPC) efforts by joining the Council or any of its committees. The Council seeks new members to contribute their time, ideas, and expertise to serve on the Planning Council and its committees. The HIVPC directs and coordinates effective responses to the HIV epidemic in Broward County. The goal is to ensure quality, comprehensive care that optimizes the health care of people with HIV at all stages of illness. The Planning Council offers a unique opportunity for community members and service providers to work together to improve the health outcomes of the HIV community.
Are you a Person Living with HIV and interested in becoming a voice for your community?
Michele Rosiere, MSW
Vice President of Programs