HIV Prevention Program
HIV Prevention Community Planning
HIV Prevention Community Planning is a CDC-mandated process in which people from different walks of life and different interests, responsibilities, and involvement in HIV prevention come together as a group to plan how to prevent HIV infection where they live. The primary task of the community planning group is to work with the state health department to develop a Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan that is based on scientific evidence and community needs.
The Georgia HIV Prevention Community Planning Group (GCPG) works with the Georgia Department of Public Health to develop the Georgia Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan, which describes Georgia’s HIV prevention program. It was developed in part based on the Georgia Epidemiologic Profile. Georgia Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan, which describes Georgia’s HIV prevention program. It was developed in part based on the Georgia Epidemiologic Profile.
Membership of the GCPG includes persons from the community as well as representatives of related government agencies. Persons interested in serving on the GCPG are encouraged to submit a
Current HIV Prevention Community Planning Group Members
Contact: GCPG Coordinator, (404) 657-8755
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