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Part B - States/Territories

Part B funds States and Territories to deliver HIV/AIDS care, including HIV/AIDS medications under the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). Part B addresses care needs across many cities and rural regions. Decisions about what to fund are typically made by statewide planning groups or regional and local consortia. Services are then delivered directly by States/Territories and by nonprofit agencies. HRSA project officers and technical assistance/training services help Part B programs conduct planning; deliver care (with attention to quality, clinician training, and data reporting); and manage their grant funds. Learn more about Part B—formula and supplementary grants, ADAP, eligible services, and more.

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Guidelines and Manuals

Webinars and Training

Tools and Job Aids

  • IHAP TA Center
    June 2019

    Five examples of integrated HIV prevention and care planning activities.

  • IHAP TA Center
    January 2019

    The Directory is a comprehensive list of the 2017-2021 Integrated HIV Care and Prevention plans—with links to publicly available plans—organized alphabetically by state or territory.

  • IHAP TA Center
    May 2018

    The IHAP TAC —using criteria based on the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan Guidance, including the SCSN— selected Integrated Plan sections that are examples of strong responses to the Guidance to be used as examples or models for jurisdictions updating their integrated plan.

  • IHAP TA Center
    March 2018

    Washington State Department of Health

    Visual to show the progress on the activities and objectives to achieve the goals of the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan. The horizontal pink bars indicate the amount of progress on the particular activity.

  • IHAP TA Center
    March 2018

    Phoenix EMA RWHAP Part A Team

    Dashboard that provides a quick snapshot of progress on all objectives to achieve the goals of the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan. This tool was created for reporting to the Part A Planning Council.

  • NASTAD
    August 2017

    DSA User Guide and DSA templates to assist RWHAP Part B Programs and ADAPs in accessing various data sources.

  • NASTAD
    January 2017

    Planning and implementation steps when using a Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) to administer an AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).

  • IHAP TA Center
    November 2016

    The Integrated Plan Tracking tool is a spreadsheet containing the Arizona Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan work plan, including details of activities, parties responsible, timelines, and performance measures. It also includes a color coded column tracking the status of activities for users to update and also use for communicating overall activity progress.

  • IHAP TA Center
    November 2016

    Example of an Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan work plan, including details of activity, parties responsible, partners, timelines, and performance measures.

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)
    September 2015

    Suggested format for ADAP work plans.

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)
    January 2014

    This report outlines six types and levels of cooperation and collaboration on HIV prevention-care planning, presented as examples of integrated planning activities that involve HRSA Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part A, Part B, and CDC HIV Prevention Planning Bodies and Grantees.

  • Minnesota Department of Human Services
    April 2013

    Spreadsheet for use in documenting annual expenditures for client services.

Reports and Best Practices

Websites

  • HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)
    April 2019

    HRSA/HAB administers the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, the largest Federal program focused exclusively on HIV/AIDS care.