KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON - Nearly $5.5 million will be available for HIV/AIDS care services in King County in 2009 and 2010. Starting next week, the Seattle HIV/AIDS Planning Council will begin the process of deciding what types of services will be funded with the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act, Part A funds.
A committee of the Planning Council comprised of consumers and service providers will use data from a variety of sources, including an assessment of need which surveyed over 500 consumer and 100 providers, to determine funding levels for services. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the meetings and join in the discussions.
Meetings will be from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on seven Mondays. Dates and locations are:
- March 17 at 2100 24th Ave. S, Seattle
- March 24 at 2100 24th Ave. S, Seattle
- March 31 at 2100 24th Ave. S, Seattle
- April 7 at 2100 24th Ave. S, Seattle
- April 21 at 401 5th Avenue, Room 121, Seattle
- April 28 at 401 5th Avenue, Room 121, Seattle
- May 5 at 2100 24th Ave. S, Seattle
After the approval of the funding plan by the full Planning Council, interested parties will have 30 days to provide comments.
The Seattle HIV/AIDS Planning Council is the local decision-making body that determines how federal funds will be awarded for HIV/AIDS care service delivery in King County. More information on the Seattle HIV/AIDS Planning Council.
If you have questions about this funding process, contact Jesse Chipps at 206-205-5511 or email@example.com.
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