HIV/AIDS Prevention Program
Nevada and the Nation
According to AIDSVu, an interactive online map illustrating HIV prevalence in the United States, the number of people living with diagnosed HIV living in Nevada in 2013 was 7,689. The Centers for Disease Control states that Nevada ranked 24th in the nation for number of HIV diagnoses in 2013.
This map from AIDSVu highlights the counties in Nevada with highest HIV prevalence.
For more information on state- and county-level HIV/AIDS data, visit AIDSVu.
Our Mission and Vision
Guided by the principles of public health and social justice, our mission is to promote health and reduce both the impact and incidence of HIV/AIDS by working in partnership with other agencies and diverse community groups.
Nevada Integrated Plan 2017-2021
The Nevada Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan 2017-2021, including the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need, was developed in response to the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) in June 2015.
The HIV Prevention and Care Integrated Plan includes strategies for ongoing monitoring and improvement. The HIV Prevention and Care Integrated Plan Internal Workgroup will meet every six months to review progress on plan implementation. The RWPA, RWPB and HIV Prevention programs have contracted the School of Community Health Sciences (SCHS) at the University of Nevada, Reno to oversee the evaluation and monitoring of the plan. SCHS will collaborate with the workgroup and planning bodies throughout the evaluation and monitoring process. An evaluation report will be produced annually to document the implementation process as well as progress towards the plan goals and objectives. The workgroup, community planning groups, and Part A Planning Council will review current epidemiological data on an annual basis and use it to make adjustments to the plan as needed.
HIV/AIDS Prevention Services
HIV Prevention Program staff coordinates its efforts in collaboration with the local health districts, HIV Prevention Planning Groups, HIV-infected and affected communities, state and local HIV prevention providers, and other concerned and committed citizens to improve HIV Prevention service delivery in Nevada.
• The HIV Prevention planning process supports a broad-based participation
• HIV Prevention needs are adequately identified in each jurisdiction
• Resources target those at greatest need and interventions set forth in its Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan