The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) will use funds awarded from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to strategically partner with local public health departments, community service agencies, and HIV healthcare providers in the three Ohio counties identified by CDC – Cuyahoga, Franklin and Hamilton – to plan and implement localized activities to support an End the HIV Epidemic (EtHE) Plan. The goal of the EtHE plan is to reduce new HIV infections by 90% by 2030 by implementing strategies related to the four pillars of the EtHE initiative: Diagnose, Treat, Prevent, and Respond.
The ODH HIV Surveillance Program led the development of Epidemiologic Profiles for these counties by convening a workgroup of internal and external stakeholders. These Epidemiologic Profiles will serve as a key focal point to guide state and local HIV planning, implementation, and evaluation of the EtHE Plan. Epidemiologic Profiles will increase understanding of data among local prevention and care planning bodies and community partners, and guide local planning activities in the three counties.
- End the HIV Epidemic plan: Cuyahoga County
- End the HIV Epidemic Snapshot: Cuyahoga County
- End the HIV Epidemic Epi Profile: Cuyahoga County
- End the HIV Epidemic Snapshot: Franklin County
- End the HIV Epidemic Epi Profile: Franklin County (Part 1 of 2)
- End the HIV Epidemic Epi Profile: Franklin County (Part 2 of 2)
- End the HIV Epidemic plan: Hamilton County
- End the HIV Epidemic Snapshot: Hamilton County
- End the HIV Epidemic Epi Profile: Hamilton County