We are interested in learning more about how the Part A program/the City of Jacksonville is involved in community planning activities and processes.
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.
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?
- 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?
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?
- Please describe any additional policy work that DHHS does to support HIV housing system development and integration.