SPRINGFIELD — Getting to Zero Illinois (GTZ-IL) is looking for public feedback on their draft plan to eliminate new HIV infections in Illinois.
From the website:
Getting to Zero Illinois (GTZ-IL) has developed a draft plan for 2019-2023, detailing a path toward virtually eliminating new HIV transmissions and improving overall health care access in Illinois by 2030. Getting to Zero means virtually zero new HIV infections and zero people living with HIV who are not receiving treatment — a goal that will depend on major proposed changes across the health care and human services spectrum.
The GTZ-IL Draft Plan can be viewed in its entirety at gtzillinois.hiv/draft. Public comment on the draft plan is welcome and open until Jan. 18, 2019. Supporting materials and feedback methods, including an online survey, can be viewed at gtzillinois.hiv/draft.
Link to draft plan PDF: CLICK HERE
Link to feedback survey: CLICK HERE
Link to fact sheet PDF: CLICK HERE