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We ll be starting in just a few minutes please put your phone on mute

Welcome!

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If you encounter any technical difficulties, please contact Fidel Encarnacion at (916) 893 - 9933 or email [email protected]


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  • Welcome


    Tier ii activities

    Tier II Activities


    Key information

    • Tier II activities are optional.

    • You must demonstrate that all Tier I activities are being implemented before you can fund Tier II activities.

      • Tier I activities can be funded by any resource.

    • The CDC restricts OA to spending no more than 25% of our budget on Tier II activities.

    Key Information


    Optional activities

    • Hepatitis C Testing

    • Integrated HIV, Hepatitis, TB & STD Screening

    • Behavioral Interventions for High-Risk Negative People

    • Social Marketing, Media & Mobilization

    • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) planning and/or delivery

    Optional Activities


    Hepatitis c testing

    • Hepatitis C testing can continue as it does now.

    • Can be done even if all Tier I activities are not initiated.

    Hepatitis C Testing


    Integrated hiv hepatitis tb std screening

    • LHJs may consider planning, coordination and/or expanding clinical services so that HIV, Hepatitis, TB and/or STD screening may be offered together.

    Integrated HIV, Hepatitis, TB & STD Screening


    Behavioral interventions for high risk negative people

    • The national strategy, CDC PS 12-1201 and OA recognize the continual need to target high-risk people.

    • Behavioral interventions with PLW-HIV/AIDS also benefits negative people.

    • Ongoing need to raise the quality and effectiveness of behavioral interventions.

    Behavioral Interventions for High-Risk Negative People


    Behavioral interventions for high risk negative people1

    • In calendar year 2010, OA funded LHJ’s, excluding SF and LA, served:

    Behavioral Interventions for High-Risk Negative People


    Behavioral interventions for high risk negative people2

    • The 2008 National Behavioral Health Survey recently shared findings on MSM that included:

      • High rates of unprotected anal sex,

      • prevalent alcohol and non-injection drug use,

      • lack of participation in behavior change programs/interventions,

      • unknown HIV status of sex partners (37%), and

      • low rates of recent HIV (62%) and syphilis (35%) testing.

    Behavioral Interventions for High-Risk Negative People


    Behavioral interventions for high risk negative people3

    • Interventions must be evidence-based.

    • Locally developed interventions will require submission of a curriculum for each session of the intervention, defined goals for the intervention and the evaluation tools used with the intervention.

    Behavioral Interventions for High-Risk Negative People


    Social marketing media mobilization

    • You can use existing social marketing campaigns and educational materials to supplement your Tier I activities (e.g. PWP, Partner Services, HIV testing, etc.)

    • Messages of social marketing campaign should be focused on:

      • Benefits of early detection of HIV infection

      • Need for routine and regular HIV health care

      • Benefits of ART for health of people living with HIV

      • Role of suppressed viral load in reducing HIV transmission

      • Benefits of integrated screening for HIV, TB, STDs & Hepatitis

      • Value of initial and ongoing partner services

      • Information about Community Viral Load

      • Emerging messages from CDC or OA

    Social Marketing, Media & Mobilization


    Social marketing media mobilization1

    • Designing and developing a full social marketing/media campaign would be a Tier II activity. Given limited resources, use of existing social marketing campaigns rather than developing new ones is preferred.

    • Designing and developing educational videos, pamphlets, brochures and posters based on local needs to promote HIV awareness, ending HIV stigma, and/or encouraging HIV risk-reduction to targeted populations and communities.

    Social Marketing, Media & Mobilization


    Pre exposure prophylaxis prep planning and or delivery

    • Must be part of comprehensive PrEP program

    • Funds may be used for planning, assessment, educational/promotional materials and personnel

    • Funds may not be used for medical care reimbursement or purchase of medications

    Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) planning and/or delivery


    Pre exposure prophylaxis prep planning and or delivery1

    • MSM is only population approved for PrEP prevention programs

    • Must be in agreement with CDC’s Interim Guidance: PrEP for Prevention of HIV among MSM

    • http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/aids/Pages/OAPREP.aspx

    • OA will monitor CDC’s guidance for expansion to other populations

    Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) planning and/or delivery


    Poll question

    Poll Question…


    Questions comments

    Questions? Comments?


    One more webinar

    • December8 – Putting it all Together

    One More Webinar!


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