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Wisconsin HIV Community Planning



UW - Madison HIV Outreach Project, Community Planning

A Partnership of the Wisconsin HIV Program and the University of Wisconsin - Madison

The Statewide Action Planning Group (SAPG), part of the WI HIV Outreach Project, is an appointed advisory group to the Wisconsin Division of Public Health (DPH) HIV Program. SAPG assists in the development, implementation and prioritization of HIV prevention and care services in Wisconsin.

Community planning in WI consists of two parts: community engagement and the Statewide Action Planning Group (SAPG).

Community Engagement
Community engagement requires a collaborative interactive process that results in identifying specific strategies to ensure a coordinated and seamless approach to accessing HIV prevention, care, and treatment services for the highest risk populations. This should include ongoing communication and interaction with key stakeholders, HIV service providers and consumers of HIV care, including those not part of SAPG who can best inform and support the goals of the HIV planning process.

Statewide Action Planning Group (SAPG)
Twenty-five to thirty ambassadors facilitate communication in all five regions of the state, participate in developing a joint HIV prevention and care services plan and advise the WI HIV Program on the development, implementation and prioritization of HIV prevention and care services in Wisconsin. Members for the Statewide Action Planning Group are chosen through a competitive application and selection process.

2022 Statewide Action Planning Group (SAPG) Ambassadors

Sol del Mar Aldrete Audiffred - Milwaukee
Cathy Augustine - Green Bay
Janice Brown - Milwaukee
Willie Brown III - Racine
Alex Corona - Milwaukee
Thomas Lee Eades - Black River Falls
Jose Estrada - West Allis
Mike Fitzpatrick - Green Bay
Juan Flores - Waukesha
Elle Hill - Milwaukee, Co-Chair Elect
Marvin Hannah - Waukesha
Hailey Keeser - Milwaukee
Christopher Lee - Madison
Matthew Lewis - Milwaukee
Falicia Martinez - Beloit
Broderick Pearson - Milwaukee, Co-Chair
Jamal Perry - Milwaukee
Larry Ponder - Milwaukee
Shannon Prissel - Eau Claire
Justin Roby - Milwaukee
Rick Rose - Madison
Amanda Schumacher - Eau Claire
Imani Sloan - Milwaukee
James (JT) Stewart - Milwaukee
Niya Thoma - Milwaukee
Melissa Ugland - Milwaukee
I'jah Watson - Milwaukee
Joy Wedel - Milwaukee
Niko Yelic - Milwaukee


SAPG Meeting Schedule for 2022

SAPG AGENDAS
April 2022
Orientation February 2022
February 2022
November 2021
October 2021
September 2021
August 2021
July 2021
May 2021

SAPG MEETING PRESENTATIONS AND BACKGROUND READING

APRIL 2022
PRESENTATIONS
Goal 1 - Prevent New Infections SAPG Discussion

BACKGROUND READING
Needs Assessment Final Report 2022
WI Integrated HIV Prevention & Care Plan 2017-2021

NOVEMBER 2021
PRESENTATIONS
Meeting Presentation

OCTOBER 2021
BACKGROUND READING
Are Health Centers Needlessly Prescribing Pricey Descovy for PrEP Because They Get a Government Kickback?

Introducing the new CDC Division of HIV Prevention Organizational Structure

California’s Condom Removal Law: What to Know

HHS Awards $2.21 Billion in Fiscal Year 2021 to Help Americans Access HIV Care, Support Services, and Medication

PRESENTATIONS
Meeting Presentation
2020 HIV Data Updates

SEPTEMBER 2021
Meeting Presentation
2020 HIV Data Updates
Vaccine - Additional Dose

AUGUST 2021
Meeting Presentation
DIS Capacity Plan
Hepatitis C Update
SAPG Roles and Purpose

JULY 2021
Meeting Presentation
Wisconsin SAPG HIV Planning Assessment Report
Syphilis Analysis Presentation to Partners Update



The SAPG in consultation with the Wisconsin HIV Program has developed and released the Wisconsin Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan 2017-2021, a statewide planning document which addresses critically important HIV-related services and activities in Wisconsin.

HIV Integrated Plan

HIV Awareness DaysThroughout the year, health departments, community-based organizations, faith organizations, and other groups and individuals participate in annual national and global awareness days to address the HIV pandemic. We hope the information on this website will help you to educate, motivate, and mobilize your local community in the fight against HIV!

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