The Ryan White Part A Program is leading the development of a plan to end the HIV epidemic in New Haven and Fairfield counties by 2030. Over the next year, we’ll be talking with people in New Haven, Waterbury, Bridgeport, Stamford/Norwalk, Danbury, and Hartford.
Ending HIV will start with tackling some very big, complex issues. We’ll need to have open and honest dialog about sex and sexuality, stigma, racism, substance use and other factors that put people at risk for getting HIV. Life challenges, like being homeless or having little food to eat, can keep people living with HIV from staying healthy and well.
Other conversations might be easier. People are living happier and healthy lives thanks to the medical and supportive services they receive. We’ve also been able to greatly reduce HIV among people who inject drugs. We want to build on these successes and create many more.
We need your input. We know you have thoughts on how to end the HIV epidemic. We want you to tell us how well HIV care and prevention efforts are working, and how they might work even better.
We’re in it to end it. Are you?
Ending the HIV Epidemic Performance Metrics
Incidence is one of the six EHE indicators. Incidence is the estimated number of new HIV infections in a given year.
The National Goal
The goal is to decrease the estimated number of new HIV infections in a given year by the target year.
In It To End It Timeline & Process
I'm In It To End It!
NEW HAVEN/FAIRFIELD COUNTIES
RYAN WHITE PART A PROGRAM