Ending the HIV Epidemic in Marion County, Indiana
Our initiative leverages data, tools, and resources to reduce new HIV infections in Marion County by 90% over the next 10 years.
The Plan to end the HIV Epidemic in Marion County, Indiana
We have a plan, and we're acting on it.
In February 2019, the President announced the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) in America Initiative. The initiative leverages data, tools and resources to reduce new HIV infections by 90-percent over the next 10 years. Marion County is one of the jurisdictions identified for which the State of Indiana will receive funds specific to this initiative. The current funding awarded to the Indiana Department of Health gave the county nearly one year to plan its response.
Dr. Kristina Box, Health Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Health, and Dr. Virginia A. Caine, Director of the Marion County Public Health Department, both made this one of their top priorities and spearheaded the Marion County response with technical assistance from Angela White, Senior Consultant and CEO of Johnson, Grossnickle & Associates (JGA), and Jason Grisell, President and CEO of The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis.
The Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative focuses on four key strategies that, implemented together, can end the HIV epidemic in the U.S.
You have a seat at the table
We are always looking for new community members to get involved.
A Community Movement
SIDE by SIDE
Ending HIV Together
SIDE by SIDE is a community-facing initiative to educate and equip the Marion County, Indiana community to End the HIV Epidemic by banding together and lifting each other up. We focus on supporting:
Check out some of the most recent updates from the task force.