AIDS/HIV Planning Council proceedings
Includes proceedings of the Boston AIDS/HIV Planning Council. Includes meeting minutes, agenda, transcripts, etc.
- Boston Public Health Commission (Organization)
19.0 Cubic feet (19 record cartons)
The Planning Council is an independent federally required planning body working with the City of Boston to organize, evaluate, and prioritize Ryan White HIV funding in the Boston Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA). The Ryan White Act was created to fill gaps in existing medical and supportive HIV services and contains several parts. Part A provides the funding for the Boston EMA and other urban areas most heavily impacted by the HIV & AIDS epidemic.