Idaho will become a place where new HIV infections are rare and when they do occur, every person, regardless of age, gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or socio-economic circumstance, will have unfettered access to high quality, life-extending care, free from stigma and discrimination.
IACHA (formerly the Idaho Care and Prevention Council) was designed to build cooperation between different groups, government agencies, non-government agencies and the people most affected by HIV in various communities.
IACHA provides a platform for “data driven” community planning, which means the planning groups must use HIV-related data for the region and state to identify target populations and prioritize needs. This information forms the framework that the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare can use to create targeted prevention and care programs in communities throughout the state.
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|File Type||File Name|
|IACHA Meeting Report May 30-31 2014|
|IACHA Meeting Report February 2014|
|IACHA Meeting Report September 2013|
|IACHA Meeting Report June 5 2013|
|IACHA Meeting Report April 2013|
|IACHA Meeting Report January 16 2013|
|IACHA Meeting Report Sept 21 22 2012|
|IACHA Meeting Report May 17-19 2012|
|IACHA Meeting Report Feb 2012|
|IACHA Meeting Report Sept 2011|
|IACHA Meeting Report June 2011|
|IACHA Meeting Report 02-25-11|