Planning Council – Ending HIV Together
The Central Florida HIV Planning Council business meeting is tonight January 30th, 2019.
Where: Heart of Florida United Way, 1940 Traylor Blvd., Orlando, FL 32804
When: January 30th, 2019
Time: 5:30pm – 6pm light food, 6pm-8pm Business Meeting
Everyone is welcome to join! It’s truly a community collaboration of people ending HIV together! You don’t need a medical degree, you don’t need to have HIV. Just a desire to want to help you community. There are also other several committee meetings through out the month that you’re welcome to join. Click here for details.
The CFHPC meets the last Wednesday of every month and everyone is always welcome. Click here to contact Planning Council Support for more info.
What to Expect at Tonight Business Meeting
At tonight’s business meeting each of the committees will report on the hard work accomplished in the last month. It will provide insight into the work and give an you an opportunity to see if you’d like to join. All meetings are always to the public. Public comment is always allowed at the beginning of the meeting. You need to be a Planning Council member to speak during the actual meeting. Comment cards are provided for additional input. You can also call the Planning Council Support Manager at 407-472-3777. Any comments they receive they provide to Planning Council. They can also help you join the Planning Council.
What is the Central Florida HIV Planning Council (CFHPC)?
The Central Florida HIV Planning Council (CFHPC) is responsible for planning HIV prevention and care for Central Florida’s 3.2 million residents. It oversees the Ryan White program that serves over 5,000 HIV/AIDS patients. Its a legislated planning body and serves Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Ryan White is the primary source of funding for many HIV nonprofits in Central Florida. The CFHPC also coordinates HIV prevention through various grants. In addition, it implements the National HIV Strategy. This work provides vital services to thousands of people throughout Central Florida. You can find out more at Orange County Government Ryan White Program and Heart of Florida United Way Ryan White Program.
Why does Orlando Immunology Center (OIC) participate?
For over 20 years, Orlando Immunology Center (OIC) has been dedicated to improving care and ending HIV. OIC understands the vital services HIV nonprofits provide. OIC was the first to actively engage with community partners placing patients needs firsts. We’ve been doing this long before it had a name like Corporate Social Responsibility. This close coordination allows patients to receive the resources they need and the best care possible. Today, our Community Relations Manager, Sam Graper, coordinates these efforts. He also serves as the Planning Council Chair. If you have any additional questions, he can be reached at sgraper@OICorlando.com
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