The Sexually Transmitted Infections/HIV Section contracts more than 75 percent of its annual budget to local health departments, community-based organizations, AIDS service organizations, clinicians, pharmacies, mental health and substance abuse treatment providers, and other organizations or entities to provide prevention, surveillance, evaluation and care, and treatment services. This page provides a variety of documents and resources related to funding opportunities, including notices of funding opportunities, supporting documents, requests for applications, etc.
The CDPHE HIV Care and Treatment Program are requesting applications from health care providers to enhance or expand services for people living with HIV or AIDS. Applications and the required documents must be received by HIV Care and Treatment at CDPHE by 5:00 p.m., MST, on Monday, January 17, 2013.
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The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration requires each state to develop a Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need (SCSN). This document summarizes the available HIV care and treatment resources in the state, the needs of people living with HIV or AIDS, the level of unmet need, special challenges faced by underserved populations, and statewide priorities.
Current SCSN Document
State-wide Quality Improvement Plan
This document describes The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment HIV Care and Treatment Program efforts to continually improve access to medical care, retention and adherence to medical care and access to support services that meet the identified needs of people living with HIV/AIDS who reside in Colorado.
Colorado Comprehensive PlanThis document examines the current system of care available to people living with HIV/AIDS who reside in Colorado.
HIV Care and Treatment Program Standards of Care
Funded contractors monitoring and performance evaluations will be conducted utilizing Contractor Program Monitoring and Quality Improvement Form and the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part B Fiscal Review Tool.
The Capacity Building Unit (CBU) seeks to develop, implement, and support quality STI/HIV prevention programs designed to change behaviors that will result in reduced transmission of STIs and HIV. Prevention initiatives include: counseling and testing, community outreach, and individual, group, and community level interventions. The program supports community mobilization projects for demonstrably impacted and underserved communities.
Responsibilities are met through technical assistance, capacity building, training, monitoring and evaluation, and contractual support and oversight. The program also delivers comprehensive training (partner notification/counseling) to a national audience of health professionals.
For decades, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has delivered services and provided resources to prevent and control sexually transmitted infections. In 1988, the Colorado Legislature charged the department with additional mandates in regard to HIV: to provide public information, risk-reduction education, confidential voluntary testing and counseling, educational materials for use in schools, and professional education to health care professionals (CRS 25-4-1405).
In addition to these legal mandates, the department has been guided by broad-based community planning groups. The department has partnered with these groups and together continue to advocate for scientifically sound, appropriately targeted STI and HIV prevention strategies tailored for local needs.
Early on, the department's STI/HIV Section recognized that these mandates could only be accomplished with strong community partnership. Through ongoing funding, our Capacity Building Unit has partnered with a variety of community organizations, governmental agencies, and private providers of STI and HIV prevention services.
The Capacity Building Unit has also provided training, technical assistance, consulting, and other capacity building assistance to encourage state-of-the-art prevention services for Colorado's diverse communities.
Attention: HIV Prevention Generalist certification no longer offered.
Please go to the Peopleware website to see a calendar of upcoming courses, a description of course content, and online registration.