2 edition of State of Maine comprehensive HIV prevention plan found in the catalog.
State of Maine comprehensive HIV prevention plan
Maine. HIV Prevention Community Planning Group.
|Statement||Maine HIV Prevention Community Planning Group, Cohcairs, Dominic Paul Mercadante, Sally-Lou Patterson ; staff person, Joanne E.A. Meiser.|
|Contributions||Mercadante, Dominic Paul., Patterson, Sally-Lou., Meiser, Joanne E. A.|
|LC Classifications||RA644.A25 M343 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||96621640|
Pennsylvania Comprehensive Community HIV Prevention Plan 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This is the fifth annual Pennsylvania Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan. Each year, the Plan is prefaced with an explanation of the collaborative effort involved. This year is no exception. In fact, members of the HIV Prevention Community Planning Committee. Minnesota Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan - GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Goal One Community planning supports broad-based community participation in HIV prevention planning. Objectives: A. Implement an open recruitment process (outreach, nominations, and selection) for CPG membership. B. Ensure that the CPG membership is.
sti and tb prevention domestic hiv/aids prevention and research the state of maine department of health and human services seeks funding under ps category a, to implement a comprehensive hiv surveillance and prevention program. maine department of health and human services augusta kennebec $1,, 16) “State of Maine Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan ” Community Planning Group. 17) Huang, Josie. “HIV Surges Among Gays; A National Trend Reaches Maine, and Health Officials Plan to Retool Prevention Messages.” Portland Press Herald. November 9, ; 1B. 18) Weinstein, Joshua L.
1. Individual tested. Except as provided in this section and section , subsections 4 and 5, an HIV test must be voluntary and undertaken only with a patient's knowledge and understanding that an HIV test is planned. A patient must be informed orally or in writing that an HIV test will be performed unless the patient declines. 1-B. Duties. The Maine HIV Advisory Committee as established in section I, subsection 42 and referred to in this section as "the committee," on behalf of those individuals infected by, at risk for or affected by the human immunodeficiency virus, referred to in this section as "HIV," in the State.
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State of Maine comprehensive HIV prevention plan [Dominic Paul. ; Patterson, Sally-Lou. ; Joy, Joanne E. Maine. Mercadante] on *FREE* shipping on. Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan.
This document contains the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need (SCSN), which reports on the findings from the needs assessment and the Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan, which illustrates programming strategies to meet specific objectives for HIV Prevention and Care.
Maine SCSN and Comprehensive Plan, 5 Executive Summary Current surveillance records indicate that there were 1, people living with diagnosed HIV in Maine at the end of Maine is a sparsely populated state with a low prevalence of HIV.
Although there is a huge geographic divide within the state and many generally stated needs, the HIV. A variety of HIV prevention activities addressing blood-borne infection risk among IDUs have been in operation at the local community level over the past decade.
The State of Maine Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan, Update Mayidentified people who share needles as the second most important population for receiving HIV prevention services.
Verified residence within the State of Maine Verification of HIV infection must include the client’s full, legal name and may be documented in medical records, confidential detectable viral load results, confidential HIV antibody test results, or a statement from the client’s medical provider verifying the client’s HIV status.
HIV. HIV is a chronic infectious disease. There are currently about 1, people living with HIV in Maine, and about 50 new cases are diagnosed each year. People living with HIV who are virally suppressed are more likely to live longer, healthier lives with reduced health care costs and are much less likely to transmit the virus to others.
Division of Disease Surveillance. Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention. must provide patients infected with chlamydia and/or gonorrhea counseling and written materials developed by the Maine CDC HIV, STD, & Viral Hepatitis Program for their partners who will receive EPT either as a prescription to be filled or medication to be.
For detail on the selected state law and cases interpreting it, download Maine: Analysis & Codes, an excerpt from CHLP’s recently updated compendium of HIV- and STI-related criminal laws and civil laws relating to public health control measures in all 50 states, the military, and U.S.
territories. To view the publication in its entirety, see HIV Criminalization in the United States:. The State Plan. "This Web site is funded, in part, through a grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S.
Department of Justice. Print versions of all documents on this website are available on request. Call to request a printed copy.
Hotlines/Crisis - A comprehensive listing of Hotlines and crisis numbers statewide.; Adult Protective Services - Services to protect incapacitated and dependent adults (age 18 and over) in danger of abuse, neglect or exploitation.; Child Abuse Action Network - The Child Abuse Action Network (CAAN) is a multi-disciplinary, public and private sector committee committed to.
Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan - Contra Costa County, California Table of conTenTs Acknowledgments 1 table of Contents 2 Letter of Concurrence from the Contra Costa HIV/AIDS Consortium 3 I. executive Summary 4 II. Introduction & overview of the HIV Prevention Planning Process 7 III.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recommendations for Preventing Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Hepatitis B Virus to Patients During Exposure-Prone Invasive Procedures. MMWR Morb Mortal Weekly Report, Recommendations and Reports, ; 40(RR08):1–9.
Maine State Department of Human Services, Bureau of Health. The Maine Cancer Plan is a strategic, evidence-based framework to reduce the burden of cancer in Maine. This plan was developed by the Maine CDC Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (MCCCP) in collaboration with statewide cancer control stakeholders, including local public health organizations, hospitals, cancer care centers, private health.
On Januthe CMS approved Maine's evaluation design for this demonstration titled "Maine Medicaid Section Health Care Reform Demonstration for Individuals with HIV/AIDS" (Project Number W/1) effective through Decem A.
State General Fund $ The Provider must submit a plan for correcting any identified deficiencies within 10 days of receiving these data reports from the Part B Coordinator.
Progress on the corrective action plan shall be reported in the next quarter’s narrative report. procedures and rules of the Maine HIV, STD and Viral Hepatitis. Pregnant women 18 years or younger can become eligible for prenatal services under similar eligibility criteria through CMR ChapterMaineCare Eligibility Manual and through the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program.
State of Maine: Substance Abuse Treatment Needs Assessment/ Study 2: Use of Alcohol and Illicit Drugs and Need for Treatment Among Maine Adult Arrestees: Final Report (PDF) Substance Abuse Prevention Data Book (PDF) Maine Youth Drug and Alcohol Use Survey (MYDAUS): Report (PDF).
Title(s): update to the State of Maine comprehensive HIV prevention plan/ Maine HIV Prevention Community Planning Group, Co-chairs, Dominic Paul Mercadante, Sally-Lou Patterson ; project coordinator: Joanne E.A. Joy. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Augusta, ME ( State St., Augusta ): The Group,  Description.
Sex in the States Know your rights to sex ed, birth control and more from coast to coast. Maine state law requires STDs and HIV/AIDS education be included in “comprehensive family life education.” (like Planned Parenthood), HIV testing centers and local health departments.
Call PLAN () for the nearest Planned Parenthood. HIV Prevention Community Planning Group. Title(s): State of Maine comprehensive HIV prevention plan/ Maine HIV Prevention Community Planning Group, co-chairs, Dominic Paul Mercadante, Sally-Lou Patterson ; staff person, Joanne E.A.
Joy. Edition: Rev. Sept. and care to grantees: (1) prevention and care needs assessment process and results; (2) integrated HIV prevention and care plan; (3) monitoring and improvement and (4) submission and review process.
The Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan must cover calendar years –and serve as a jurisdictional HIV/AIDS Strategy.Health Center: Health Center Here you can find information about healthcare services, therapeutic, and support resources. HIV/AIDS Information — One of the most comprehensive sites on HIV/AIDS, State of Maine Drinking Water Program - This site has information regarding Maine's effort to keep the drinking water supply healthy for Maine.REBOOT your body and your life by following this 10 day program medically designed by Dr.
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