Community Cooperative Council on HIV/AIDS Prevention (CCCHAP)
The Community Cooperative Council on HIV/AIDS Prevention, or CCCHAP, is a community planning group that advises the Minnesota Department of Health on its work related to HIV prevention. Specifically, the CCCHAP identifies and prioritizes the populations in Minnesota that are most at risk for becoming infected with or transmitting HIV. They also identify the priority co-factors that impact each population’s risk of HIV infection or transmission. Membership on the CCCHAP is selected by and composed of community members who represent the cultural and geographic diversity of the HIV epidemic in Minnesota.
For information related to CCCHAP meetings, contact Christine Jones at 651-201-4038 or via email.
- "What's Hot" for the latest news and events
- What you need for the next meeting
- CCCHAP Overview
- CCCHAP Calendar (updated 2/2015)
- Policies, By Laws, and Forms
- Meeting Minutes
- Meeting Presentations
- Meeting Evaluations
- Goals and Objectives of HIV Prevention Community Planning
- Minnesota Jurisdictional HIV Prevention Plan
- Community Forum Reports
- HIV Planning Guidance (PDF 1.5MB/60 pages)
- Learn more about volunteering on CCCHAP
- Member Roster (May 2015) (PDF: 28KB/2 pages)
- Want to volunteer? Complete a Membership Application (PDF: 47KB/2 pages) and (Word: 80KB/2 pages)
- Links to sites you might find helpful.
- MDH - Commissioner's Office
- MDH - STD, HIV and TB Section
- MDH - STD, HIV and TB Section - HIV Statistics
- MDH - STD, HIV and TB Section - STD Statistics
- MDH - Community Engagement
- MN State Statute about Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases mandated to the Department of Education
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - HIV/AIDS Bureau
- Minnesota AIDS Project - AIDS Line
- Minnesota HIV Services Planning Council
- Academy for Educational Development (AED)
- National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
- National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC)
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