Florida Needs Assessment Survey 10.14.2016

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​Only 56% are virally suppressed, meaning Treatment as Prevention is effective and they are 96% less likely to be infectious.  The other 44% may be infectious.

It is estimated that 12.4% of People Living with HIV in Area 2B do not actually know it.  It is a high priority to get these individuals tested and into care.

Below you will see the HIV CARE CONTINUUM for AREA 2B which covers Leon, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden, Jefferson, Madison, Wakulla and Taylor counties in Florida.  Have questions?  Please contact us at the MAACA Peer Center.  850/ 391-9376.  You may also click on the LOCAL HIV/AIDS Stat tab on the menu in the right hand column of this page.

The Area 2B World AIDS Day 2016 Planning Committee presents our lineup of events November 28, 29, 30, December 1, 2 and 3, 2016.

Here's a cool video on how HIV infection occurs


http://directorsblog.nih.gov/2015/01/22/cool-videos-hiv-in-action/



For this and more click HERE or just click on the General AIDS Information tab on any page of this website.
According to the 2014 figures below (we try update the data as it becomes available from the Florida Department of Health), only 66% of all People Living With HIV/AIDS in our Area 2B (Leon, Taylor, Madison, Jefferson, Gadsden, Liberty, Wakulla and Franklin Counties) are retained in care.

Timothy Ray Brown: The Berlin Patient

Important update:

The updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy for 2020 was launched July 30, 2015 during an event an Morehouse College.


You can read the strategy on aids.gov and download some great one-page infographics that summarize what’s included in the updated version and five major changes since the original version from 2010.

Capital City AIDS Network

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