Planning and Allocations Committee minutes
Minnesota and TGA Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan 2017-2021
Goals, Objectives and Activities (Section II)
Monitoring Plan (2021)
Report on Goals 1-3 (2021)
Service Standards of Care
Prioritization & Allocation
Resource allocation process
FY 2021 - 2022 service area prioritization ranking
FY 2020 Pre-Award Allocations with Waiver
FY 2019 Pre-Award Allocations with Waiver
FY 2019-2020 Council Prioritization Rankings
FY 2017-2018 Council Prioritization Rankings
FY 2020 3rd Quarterly Report
FY 2019 Final Part A and B Expenditure Report
FY2018 Final Part A Expenditure Report
FY2018 4th Part A and B Quarterly Expenditure Report
FY2018 2nd Quarterly Report
FY2017 4th Quarter Expenditure Report
2016 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services: Eligible Individuals & Allowable Uses of Funds (PCN #16-02)
Assessing for the Future: HIV Health Care and Community Needs among Latino, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals in the Twin Cities Area
OMHRC Capacity Building Summary African American Gay/Bi/MSM Health Summit
National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020
Planning & Allocations Committee Responsibilities
- Develop prioritization and allocations process.
- Advise on the process to solicit community input on the prioritization of services and the allocations process.
- Work with other committees to develop and monitor the implementation of the statewide and TGA HIV prevention and care comprehensive plan.
- Develop, review and revise, as needed, standards of care for Ryan White services, including universal standards.
- Gather relevant information to support priority setting.
- Review HRSA descriptions of service areas and activities.
- Develop and update allocations (budget) for full Minnesota Council for HIV/AIDS Care and Prevention approval and for submission with Part A/Part B grant applications.
- Advise on the Request for Proposals process for prioritizing target populations and allocations for HIV prevention funding, as directed by MDH.
- Provide training to Council members on priority setting process.
- Work with all committees to coordinate the solicitation of community input.
- Review continuum of care model to identify the range of HIV prevention and care services needed by individuals in different stages of disease progression.
- Identify core HIV services, those services needed to support access, and other ancillary services.
- Monitor implementation of a Continuum of Prevention and Care through coordination with priority setting activities and needs assessment and evaluation activities.
- Gather community input with respect to the Continuum of Prevention and Care.
- Re-visit the Continuum of Prevention and Care document every two years to adjust for trends and changes in the epidemic.
- Develop and update a comprehensive plan to guide the development of the statewide HIV system of prevention and care, including vision and values statements which can guide decision making about resources.
- Examine major issues, which impact the provision of HIV prevention and care services, including: epidemiological trends, prevention methods, treatment issues, financing issues, barriers to services and areas for future discussion.
- Review the comprehensive plan on a regular basis to account for changes in the epidemic, financing mechanisms, the HIV Continuum of Prevention and Care and the political landscape, which may impact HIV prevention and care.
- Determine comprehensive plan concurrence, non-concurrence or concurrence with reservations as required by CDC.