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Indiana State Department of Health

HIV/AIDS in Indiana > HIV Prevention > Indiana HIV Jurisdictional Prevention Plan Indiana HIV Jurisdictional Prevention Plan

HIV Jurisdictional Prevention Plan 2013-2015

The 2013-2015 Indiana HIV Jurisdictional Prevention Plan      

The Purpose of the Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan (Plan) is to provide a blueprint for HIV planning and provide flexible direction. The Plan is structured to:

  1. Support the implementation of High-Impact Prevention programs;
  2. Ensure that HIV planning is efficient and focused on results-oriented processes;
  3. Encourage collaboration and coordination across HIV prevention, care and treatment services;
  4. Reduce reporting documentation;
  5. Engage a broader group of stakeholders; and
  6. Focus on streamlining communication, coordination and implementation of needed services, including mental health and substance abuse, across the continuum of HIV prevention, care and treatment services

The Indiana State Department of Health has chosen to incorporate the state’s three-year funding cycle into the planning cycle and create a plan every three years, and update the existing plan annually or as needed.