About the Planning Council 

The Norfolk TGA Ryan White Planning Council is a federally mandated community group appointed by the Mayor of the City of Norfolk to plan the organization and delivery of services provided under Part A of the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act.

Part A funds go to Transitional Grant Areas (TGAs) that have been hit hardest by the HIV epidemic. Part A funds are used to meet the emergency service needs of people living with HIV disease that are not met by any other health care programs.

Our Mission 

The mission of the Council is to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of medical and support services to persons affected and infected by HIV/AIDS in the Norfolk Transitional Grant Area (TGA).

The Norfolk TGA serves the following locations: the cities of Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, and the counties of Isle of Wight, James City, Gloucester, Mathews, and York in Virginia; and the county of Currituck in North Carolina.


Ryan White Planning Council Committees 

Community Access Committee (CAC): The Community Access Committee is responsible to assist the Council in providing a culturally sensitive service environment, placing appropriate emphasis on underserved and hard to reach populations. The committee identifies and creates liaisons with the underserved and hard to reach communities.

Executive Committee: The Executive Committee is responsible for ensuring the orderly and integrated progression of the work of the Planning Council. It oversees the operations of the Council and also reviews and schedules recommendations by the Committees as
action items on the Planning Council agenda, requiring Planning Council vote.

Membership and Nominations: The Membership and Nominations Committee is responsible for the development and implementation of a process to solicit and accept applications for Council membership.

Priorities, Allocations, and Policies Committee (PAP):
The Priorities, Allocations and Policies Committee develops policies and procedures as needed for the efficient operation of the Council, in accordance with the federal directives. It is also responsible for recommending the process to be used by the Planning Council in priority setting and managing that process. 

Quality Improvement and Strategic Planning Committee (QISP): The Quality Improvement and Strategic Planning committee provides the leadership in developing the TGA's Continuum of Care model and is responsible for conducting an extensive needs assessment of the TGA in accordance to the CARE Act. The Committee facilitates and makes recommendations for directives of the service categories recommended to the Planning Council.
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