The Greater Hampton Roads
HIV Health Services Planning Council

  • The Norfolk TGA (Transitional Grant Area) Ryan White Part A Planning Council is a federally mandated community group of dedicated volunteers appointed by the Mayor of the City of Norfolk, Virginia to plan the organization and delivery of Ryan White Part A HIV/AIDS services.
  • Part A funds are used to meet the health service needs of people living with HIV/AIDS that are not met by any other health care programs.
  • The Planning Council takes the lead in conducting many of its legislated responsibilities and shares duties with the grantee in some areas. To guarantee that a broad range of ideas are heard, the planning council membership must reflect specific areas of expertise as well as disproportionately affected and historically under served populations.

Executive Committee

Membership & Nominations

PAP Committee

Planning Council

Community Access

QISP Committee

Becoming a Planning Council Member

  1. Download the Planning Council Membership Application here
  2. Return the completed application to this address:

    The Greater Hampton Roads
    HIV Health Services Planning Council
    Attn: Planning Council
    Support Staff
    701 Monticello Avenue, Room 201
    Norfolk, VA      23501
  3. Following receipt of the application, it will move on to review and assessment by the M&N committee.
  4. Recommendation of nominees to the entire Planning Council for approval.
  5. Upon approval, new PC members will complete a new member orientation process.

For more information, please contact:

Thomas Schuker

RW Planning Council Support Staff


e:    thomas@collaborativeresearch.us

m:  757.816.4893

o:    888.571.0001

What Regions Does it Cover?

The Greater Hampton Roads area has been designated a TGA because it has less than 2000 cumulative AIDS cases reported during the past five years and less than 3000 cumulative living cases of AIDS.

The Norfolk TGA includes the following jurisdictions; Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg, and the counties of Isle of Wight, James City, Gloucester, Mathews, and York and Currituck County North Carolina.

Planning Council Goals

The goal of the Planning Council is to create a seamless continuum of care that addresses the unmet needs of the infected and affected populations of the area.

The Planning Council accomplishes this goal by:

  • Determining the demographics of the HIV/AIDS population in the region
  • Conducting needs assessment of those in need of the services
  • Prioritizing those needs
  • Allocating the funds for services to meet those needs.

GHR Membership Application

HRSA

RYAN WHITE PART A MANUAL

MANAGING YOUR RW GRANT

TARGET CARE CENTER WEBSITE

CAREWARE PORTAL

 

Greater Hampton Roads

HIV Health Services Planning Council

741 Monticello Ave. Rm 201   Norfolk, VA  23510 
 757-823-4410


  1. The Greater Hampton Roads
    HIV Health Services Planning Council
    Attn: Planning Council
    Support Staff
    701 Monticello Avenue, Room 201
    Norfolk, VA      23501
  2. Following receipt of the application, it will move on to review and assessment by the M&N committee.
  3. Recommendation of nominees to the entire Planning Council for approval.
  4. Upon approval, new PC members will complete a new member orientation process.
  • The Greater Hampton Roads HIV Health Services Planning Council

    The Greater Hampton Roads

    HIV Health Services Planning Council

    • The Norfolk TGA (Transitional Grant Area) Ryan White Part A Planning Council is a federally mandated community group of dedicated volunteers appointed by the Mayor of the City of Norfolk, Virginia to plan the organization and delivery of Ryan White Part A HIV/AIDS services.
    • The goal of the Planning Council is to create a seamless continuum of care that addresses the unmet needs of the infected and affected populations of the area. The Planning Council accomplishes this goal by:
    • Determining the demographics of the HIV/AIDS population in the region
    • Conducting needs assessment of those in need of the services
    • Prioritizing those needs
    • Allocating the funds for services to meet those needs.
    • Part A funds are used to meet the health service needs of people living with HIV/AIDS that are not met by any other health care programs.
    • The Planning Council takes the lead in conducting many of its legislated responsibilities and shares duties with the grantee in some areas. To guarantee that a broad range of ideas are heard, the planning council membership must reflect specific areas of expertise as well as disproportionately affected and historically under served populations.
    • The Norfolk TGA includes the following jurisdictions; Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg, and the counties of Isle of Wight, James City, Gloucester, Mathews, and York and Currituck County North Carolina.

     

  • Planning Council Committees

    Executive Committee

    Membership &
    Nominations

    Planning Council

    PAP Committee

    Community Access

    QISP Committee

  • Who are the Members of the Planning Council?

     

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