We are a council made up of twenty-three individuals, reflective of the demo- graphics of the HIV/AIDS
epidemic in the Norfolk TGA.
The Norfolk Transitional Grant Area (TGA) includes the cities of Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach and Williamsburg; the Virginia counties of Gloucester, Isle of Wight, James City, Mathews and York; and Currituck County in North Carolina.
Our mission is to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of medical and support services to persons affected and infected by HIV disease in the Norfolk Transitional Grant Area.

Norfolk's Neighborhood Network (NNN) TV-48


Bob Batcher of Norfolk Perspectives welcomes Jerome Cuffee, Chairperson and Kimberly Sparrow, Vice Chairperson, of the Greater Hampton Roads  HIV Health Services Planning Council.


All committee
meetings will be held at:

        via I-64 E:

Follow I-64 E to US-460 W/Granby Street in Norfolk



Take exit 276 from I-64 E



Continue on US-460 W. Drive to Monticello Ave. in Norfolk

        via VA-10 E:


Take N 7th St. to E. Broad St/US




Take I-95 S, VA-10E, US-17 S and VA-164 E to Monticello Ave. in Norfolk

        via I-264 E:


Follow I-264 E to Exit 9 (St. Pauls Blvd.)



Take St. Pauls Blvd. to W. Brambleton Ave.



Turn left onto W. Brambleton Ave.



Turn right at the first cross street onto Monticello Ave.

Norfolk Department of Human Services
741 Monticello Avenue, Norfolk, VA  23510


The Greater Hampton Roads HIV Health Services Planning Council | 741 Monticello Avenue, Room 201  | Norfolk, Virginia, USA 23510 | 757-823-4410

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This project is funded as a result of grant awards from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration.