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COVID-19 Update: Our HIV organizations are open and here to support you during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have concerns about service interruptions or access to medications, please contact your care providers for help.

Read a letter from our HIV community partners (PDF)

Actualización de COVID-19: Nuestras organizaciones de VIH están abiertas y aquí para apoyarlo durante la pandemia de COVID-19. Si está preocupado por la posible interrupción de los servicios médicos o por el acceso a los medicamentos, comuníquese con sus proveedores de atención para obtener ayuda.

Lea una carta de nuestros socios comunitarios del VIH (PDF)


The HIV Planning Services Council is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS, and to ensuring that members of our community play lead roles in planning and assessment of HIV resources.

The HIV Planning Services Council, a 30-member community involvement group, is a decision-making body that:

  • Decides how $3 million in federal funds will be spent by setting priorities and allocating funds to programs serving people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
  • Plans the delivery of medical and social services in Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah, Yamhill, Washington and Clark Counties.
  • Involves the community in assessing the healthcare and social service needs of people living with HIV.

Vision, Mission and Values (38.14 KB)
Frequently Asked Questions (148.4 KB)

Meeting Schedule

Planning Council

Meetings are open to the public and are held online from 4-6pm.

  • October 3
  • November 3
  • December 1
  • January 5
  • February 2
  • March 2
  • April 6
  • May 4
  • June 1
  • July 6

Join via Zoom

By phone: 253-215-8782
Meeting ID: 920 7046 6618
Passcode: 57202768

Operations Committee

Meets online every other month on the 2nd Tuesday from 3-5pm.

  • Nov 10
  • Jan 12
  • Mar 9
  • May 11
  • Jul 13
  • Aug 10

Join via Zoom
Meeting ID: 970 3492 3781
Passcode: PCOps20-21

By phone: Call: 253-215-8782
Meeting ID: 970 3492 3781
Passcode: 3690407773

Past Meetings

Minutes - July 28, 2020 (270.08 KB)
Minutes - July 10, 2020 (303.91 KB)
Minutes - June 2, 2020 (283.71 KB)
Minutes - May 5, 2020 (281.7 KB)
Minutes - March 4, 2020 (274.96 KB)
Minutes - January 7, 2020 (295.94 KB)
Minutes - November 5, 2019 (778.74 KB)
Minutes - September 10, 2019 (262.38 KB)

Membership

The council is composed of diverse individuals including service providers, public health officials and people living with HIV/AIDS. You may be eligible to become a council member if you are:

  • Knowledgeable about HIV policy or services needs
  • Experienced in community planning
  • A person living with HIV who would like to bring your experience to benefit the planning process

Members must live within Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Yamhill, Columbia and Clark Counties.

Why join the council?

By being a Planning Council member, you’ll get:

  • Experience and knowledge working with Ryan White legislation and other HIV-related services
  • Experience with decision-making, voting, prioritizing and leadership skills
  • Networking opportunities with other stakeholders
  • Updates on current HIV issues and experience shaping the HIV service system
  • To make a difference for people living with HIV in your community

Member expectations

The time commitment is usually seven meetings per year. Meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of the month. Each member is appointed for a two-year term beginning September 1. A member appointed mid-year will serve a partial term until the following September, at which point their two-year term begins. Members may serve on the council as long as their interest and commitment exists.

We understand that it is occasionally necessary to miss a meeting. We expect that the member will let the council office know they will be unable to attend and to contact the council office or another council member to stay abreast of new decisions or information.

Appointment process

The Nominations Committee reviews applications and interviews potential applicants on an on-going basis. The Operations Committee votes on the applicants and the names are forwarded to the chair of the Multnomah County Commissioners for appointment.

Apply for membership»


Resources

Information on HIV/AIDS

Member Resources

Glossary of Terms (117.46 KB)
Policies (64.68 KB)
Bylaws (284.4 KB)
Frequently Asked Questions (148.4 KB)
Tips for successful public testimony

TGA Standards of Care (522.45 KB)
TGA Comprehensive Plan (699.57 KB)
TGA Project Abstract (27.22 KB)
Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan, 2017-2021 (1.18 MB)
HIV Care Services Annual Report FY 2015 (1.44 MB)
Evaluation of the Administrative Mechanism (730.08 KB)

Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Documents

PRSA Overview (60.54 KB)
Services & Allocations Table FY 2017 (73.33 KB)
Service Category Scorecards (908.13 KB)


Contact Us

Amanda Hurley, Planning Council Administrator
amanda.hurley@multco.us, 503.988.9944

619 NW 6th Ave, 2nd Floor
Portland, Oregon, 97209 (MAP)
503.988.8803

Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm