Analysis of Integrated HIV Housing and Care Services. D. Community HIV and Housing planning


We are interested in learning more about how the Part A program/the City of Jacksonville is involved in community planning activities and processes.

  1. In what way(s) is the Part A program/the City of Jacksonville involved in the following in community/state planning activities?

    • RWHAP HIV Planning Council  - Comprehensive Plans and Needs Assessments
    • CDC HIV Prevention Community Planning Group – Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plans
    • HUD Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plans
    • HUD Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Planning
    • Public Housing Agency Plans – 5-Year Plans and Annual Plans
    • State Mental Health Planning Council – Comprehensive Mental Health Services Plan
    • Online planning forums for program clients and other people living with HIV
    • Other HIV housing related community planning activities


    • How frequently do you communicate with other agencies, including both federal agencies and non-profit organizations, regarding community planning activities?  With which agencies, in particular?
    • Do you work with the River Region Human Services, in particular, on community planning? If so, please describe.
    • Have you and other agencies, such as the River Region Human Services, developed shared goals and/or protocols as part of these planning efforts. Please describe.
    • To facilitate this collaboration, have you made system-wide changes in the ways in which you are involved in community planning activities?
    • Do you share resources with others, such as the River Region Human Services, to facilitate community planning activities?  Please explain.
  2. Have you participated in or conducted a community-level needs assessment or census related to stable housing and health outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS? 

    IF YES:

    • When, and how often, have such community-level needs assessment efforts occurred?
    • Who conducted the needs assessment? What other agencies were involved?
    • What methods were used to assess community-level HIV housing and health care needs?
    • What issues did the most recent community-level needs assessment explore?


    • What barriers to stable housing and health outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS have been identified at the community-level?
    • What strategies, if any, have been implemented to address these housing and health barriers at the community-level?
  3. One of the IHHP grant requirements is to develop an integrated housing plan at the community-level. Do you know whether the Part A program/the City of Jacksonsville will be involved in that activity?


    • What has been done to develop and implement this community plan? What has been accomplished so far?
    • How does this new integrated housing plan differ, if at all, from other community planning efforts?
  4. Please describe any additional policy work that DHHS does to support HIV housing system development and integration.

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