California Planning Group
The California Planning Group (CPG) is the statewide HIV planning body that enables key stakeholders, communities, and providers to engage in active and ongoing dialogue with the Office of AIDS (OA) to reach the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the statewide Integrated Plan. The main functions of this group are to work collaboratively with OA to develop a comprehensive HIV/AIDS surveillance, prevention, care, and treatment plan; to monitor the implementation of this plan; and to provide timely advice on emergent issues identified by OA and/or other key stakeholder parties. CPG is committed to working openly in a group to make decisions and is guided by the principles of equity, fairness, and respectful engagement.
CPG welcomes the participation and input of the general public. Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend and observe any of the two face-to-face meetings in a given calendar year. CPG values community input and relies on the full active participation of its members and on organized, well-managed, processes leading to careful deliberations and decisions.
For more information on CPG membership, governance, progress, and opportunities to get involved, please select from the links below:
Upcoming Meeting Notice
The California Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS (OA) will be convening a meeting of its California Planning Group (CPG) on Tuesday, October 23 through Thursday, October 25, 2018, in Long Beach, CA. This meeting is open to the public and there will be an opportunity for public comment on Wednesday, October 24 at 1:15 PM. Members of the public may provide brief comments in person, or send/email comments that will be read at the meeting during the public comment period. The final agenda is posted below:
2018 Meeting Agenda (PDF)
Comments, requests, and/or questions should be submitted to:
Chelsea Carney California Department of Public Health Office of AIDS MS 7700, P.O. Box 997426 Sacramento, CA 95899-7426 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (916) 449-5878