About The Planning Council
Planning Council Membership
Frequently Asked Questions
About The Grantee
About the Provider
Member Selection Process
Once your application is received it will be kept on file and you will be notified shortly about the time and location of the meeting when you will be interviewed. We are mandated and committed to assuring that our membership is reflective of our local epidemic and all required membership positions are filled. New and returning members will be selected with heavy emphasis on:
During the interview meeting you may be asked questions by members of the Planning Council so therefore it is imperative that you are in attendance at that meeting. During that meeting the Planning Council will also hold a vote on new and returning members.
*Please note that you will not become a voting member until your name is presented to the Board of Clark County Commission (BCC) for approval. If approved by the BCC your membership will be effective upon the date of approval therefore allowing you to become a full voting member therefore allowing you to become a full voting member for 2 years..
Special notice for persons living with HIV/AIDS
Planning Council Membership
Your time on the Council
PSRA - Priority Setting & Resource Allocation
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program resources are limited. This heightens the responsibility of planning councils to use sound information and a rational decision-making process when deciding which services and other program categories are priorities (priority setting) and how much to fund them (resource allocation).
The process of priority setting and resource allocation (PSRA) is linked to other planning tasks because it draws upon information compiled from those efforts. For example, which needs are higher priorities depends on data compiled through the needs assessment. However, planning councils must often make decisions with incomplete information, such as limited information on the unmet need for services or lack of outcomes evaluation for current services. A thorough PSRA process can help planning councils address these information gaps when they make crucial decisions about which services to fund.
The documents below were used by the planning council during previous PSRA processes. A more detailed archive section is coming.
ABOUT THE PLANNING COUNCIL
PLANNING COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP
AGENDAS & MINUTES
PART A PROGRAM
Clark County Social Service
Ryan White Part A HIV/AIDS Program
1600 Pinto Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89106
PART B PROGRAM
Office of HIV/AIDS
4126 Technology Way
Carson City, NV 89706
Fax: (775) 684-4056
This project is funded as a result of grant awards from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration
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