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Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning and Implementation for Metropolitan Statistical Areas Most Affected by HIV/AIDS

New YorkNew York City Department of Public Health

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, under the direction of Commissioner Thomas A. Farley, M.D., M.P.H, is responsible for protecting and promoting the physical and mental health of all New Yorkers. New York City has long been a leader in addressing health challenges facing large and diverse populations. From improving water quality and sanitation in the 1800s to vaccinating residents against disease in the 1900s to leading the fight against smoking in the current century, the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) has set high standards and improved population health through innovative strategies.  Launched in 2004, Take Care NewYork set a robust agenda for improving the health of New Yorkers by focusing on the most important issues affecting health and employing evidence-based interventions that work. Take Care NewYork 2012 focuses on reducing health disparities and improving access to high-quality, prevention-oriented health care, such as stopping the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.

Executive Summary

The Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plan New York City  [PDF - 246KB]

ECHPP Plan

Below you will find a link to this jurisdiction's Approved Phase 1 ECHPP plan. These plans are living documents that will be updated by the jurisdiction as new data or information become available. Templates for these workbooks which were developed for this project can be found on the ECHPP Tools Page.

ECHPP Plan: Situational Analysis  [PDF - 532 KB]

ECHPP Plan: Goals, Strategies, & Objectives with National Strategic Goals Tool  [PDF - 443KB]

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