National HIV/AIDS Strategy 2020 and Federal Action Plan: Implications for ASOs, CBOs, and Health Centers

National HIV/AIDS Strategy 2020 and Federal Action Plan: Implications for ASOs, CBOs, and Health Centers

December 14, 2015
Author:
Sean Cahill
National Center for Innovation in HIV Care
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In July 2015 the White House Office of National AIDS Policy updated the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the next five years (NHAS 2020). NHAS 2020 called for increased access to pre-exposure prophylaxis, and urged that HIV prevention for gay and bisexual men and transgender women be provided in a broader context of culturally competent care for LGBT people. It also called for the integration of HIV services into primary care settings, and for screening and referral for mental health and substance use services for PLWHA. On December 1st, ONAP released a federal action plan for NHAS2020. In this webinar, Sean Cahill presents highlights of the updated strategy and action plan and discusses their implications for AIDS Service Organizations, community-based organizations, and health centers.

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