What on earth is the Nashville Regional HIV Planning Council?
The Planning Council is a community body established under the Federal Ryan White Part A program. While anyone can apply to be a member of the Planning Council the members are finally appointed by the mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.
The Planning Council has some primary duties, these include:
Develop and implement policies and council operations.
Do comprehensive planning.
Set priorities and allocate resources to service categories, and provide guidance (directives) on how to best meet the priorities.
Help to ensure coordination with other planning bodies.
Develop standards of care.
The Planning Council tends to meet on the third Tuesday of each month. These meetings are open to the public. Please look at our events calendar to confirm the details of the next meeting.
If you have an interest in joining either the Planning Council or one of it's committees please let us know through our contact page
To read our Planning Council Bylaws please look here.