The Colorado HIV and AIDS Prevention Grant Program (CHAPP) recently underwent a performance audit by Colorado's Office of the State Auditor. For more information regarding the audit, as well as CHAPP Advisory Committee meeting times and minutes, visit our Community Involvement page.
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The fundamental purpose of the STI/HIV Section is to reduce STI/HIV infections and provide quality STI/HIV care and treatment services for all persons in Colorado. The mission of the STI/HIV Section is to mobilize resources, technology, and minds to provide quality programs that address the STI/HIV prevention, care, treatment, and education needs of all persons in Colorado.
The functions of the section include: surveillance of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection; follow-up of persons diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease or HIV infection to ensure adequate treatment and partner notification; access to care and treatment for persons with HIV infection; development of comprehensive STI/HIV prevention programs; collaborations with at-risk communities, non-governmental organizations, and local health departments; training of medical providers and public health professionals; and conducting research to enhance STI/HIV epidemiology and prevention. This program is legislatively mandated by CRS Title 25 Article 1 Parts 107 and 122, CRS 18-1-et seq., and CRS 25-4-1401 et seq.
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