HIV/AIDS Data Resources
HIV/AIDS surveillance data includes information about persons diagnosed with HIV and AIDS, as defined by California Health and Safety Code and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These data are the primary source of HIV/AIDS surveillance information and are used by national, state, and local stakeholders for policy development, program planning, and epidemic monitoring. HIV/AIDS cases are reported to the California Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS (CDPH/OA) by local health department communicable disease investigators in collaboration and with the support of OA.
Local Health Jurisdictions who would like to receive their raw data sets or line listings of their data, please review the process and procedures for executing a Data Use Agreement (DUA). If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Gary Horpedahl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a specific data requirement from the California HIV/AIDS surveillance system, please submit a Request for HIV/AIDS Summary Data form CDPH 8532 (PDF).. Due to staffing shortages at the Office of AIDS, data requests currently require approximately 60 calendar days to complete. However, requests requiring prolonged analytic effort could take longer. Requestors will be notified if longer than 60 days will be required for their request.
Please direct questions about HIV/AIDS data resources to:
Dr Juliana Grant, Chief
Surveillance, Research, and Evaluation Section
P.O. Box 997426, MS 7700
Sacramento, CA 95899-7426
Phone: (916) 341-7016 fax: (916) 449-5861