The November Council meeting will be on November 29, 2017 (not November 22nd) due to the holiday. This will be a short meeting from 3:30-4:30pm at Lungomare located at 1 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607
The Council will be on Winter Break December and January. This means council and committee meetings will resume in February. No meetings will be held during December and January as the Planning Council Staff will start preparing for the next fiscal year.
We boldly dare to stop all new HIV infections while improving the quality of life for those living with HIV disease. The Oakland Transitional Grant Area (TGA) Collaborative Community Planning Council will provide services that are linguistically and culturally appropriate, that outreach to:
- the underserved;
- educate all communities; and
- reduce HIV stigma.
The Collaborative Community Planning Council acts as a catalyst to provide a continuum of high quailty services for all people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS by empowering our communities, providing responsible stewardship and planning, and advocating on our communities behalf.
We will employ a comprehensive and inclusive process, which is both data and community-input driven. Our goal is to develop an integrated model to prevent the spread of HIV while providing accessible and high quality care, for infected and affected members of the community.
The MISSION of the Collaborative Community Planning Council
The Collaborative Community Planning Council will provide comprehensive planning, prioritization, and education regarding HIV/AIDS Services in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties that is inclusive, equitable, compassionate, and respectful of human rights.
The PURPOSE of the Collaborative Community Planning Council
The purpose of that care is to reduce suffering related to the disease, and to enhance the quality of life for persons affected by HIV/AIDS. We are dedicated to representing the demographics of the affected community in the Oakland Transitional Grant Area (TGA).
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