Voice Your Opinion on How to End HIV

An opportunity for community members to share insights for local and state planning

The federal initiative “Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America,” seeks to reduce the rate of new HIV infections by 75 percent in the next 5 years and 90 percent by 2030. During the first phase of this initiative, designated state and local health departments are developing comprehensive “Ending the HIV Epidemic” jurisdictional plans under the leadership of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The multi-year program will infuse underserved areas with a high HIV burden with the additional expertise, technology, and resources needed to end the HIV epidemic. The pillars of “Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America,” are aligned with Care Resource’s strategies to eliminate HIV transmission and reduce HIV-related deaths in South Florida.

In an effort to incorporate new and essential voices into the conversation surrounding the epidemic, The Florida Department of Health in Broward County and in Miami-Dade County are issuing an “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Survey to community members. The information from the surveys will be used to inform plans for HIV prevention, early intervention, care, and outbreak response. Findings from the survey and additional community-based feedback will assist in the creation of an innovative and informed local strategy to end the HIV Epidemic.

Ending the HIV Epidemic (Broward County Survey)





Ending the HIV Epidemic (Miami-Dade County Survey)

To fill out survey please click on this link or visit

Survey deadline: November 12, 2019.

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