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Oklahoma HIV & Hepatitis Planning Council (OHHPC)
 
           
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The OHHPC is an advisory body that assists the Oklahoma State Department of Health, HIV/STD Service with coordinated HIV Prevention and Care and Hepatitis planning.

The OHHPC consists of twenty-five voting members, and strives to have membership that represents communities and people that are affected by or living with HIV and/or Hepatitis.  

The twenty-five voting membership is filled as follows:

  • A minimum of 5 persons shall be people living with HIV,
  • 5 representatives from the HIV Prevention community,
  • 5 representatives from HIV Treatment & Care community, and
  • 10 members at-large.

Considerations for membership include:

  • Race/Ethnicity,
  • Gender,
  • Age,
  • Geographic area of residence
  • Employment/Volunteer status,
  • HIV status,
  • HIV risk status, and
  • Occupation/Area of expertise.

The composition of the OHHPC will be representative of the current and projected HIV and Hepatitis epidemic in Oklahoma.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the OHHPC, please complete the membership application and follow the directions to turn it in to us.  (Click on the green words to open the application.)


2017 OHHPC Meeting Schedule

The quarterly OHHPC meetings are held from 10am - 1pm in Oklahoma City at Children's Hospital, Samis Education Center, Level B, Rooms B1 & B2.

The following are the dates for the 2017 OHHPC meetings.

  • February 13
  • May 8th
  • August 14th
  • October 16th

For more information regarding the OHHPC, send us an email
 

 

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