Email: dhrplanningcouncil@denvergov.org

Phone: 720-865-8847

©2019 by Denver HIV Resources Planning Council

Denver HIV Resources Planning Council Meetings

A Mayoral-Appointed Board of Denver

DHRPC MEETINGS

DHRPC meetings are an opportunity for all members to discuss issues currently impacting people living with HIV in the Denver metro area, share work being done in the committees, receive updates from Denver HIV Resources, explore ways to assist in the fight against HIV on a national scale, and vote on various Planning Council affairs throughout the year.  Meetings are open to the public. Please visit the upcoming meetings tab to learn when the next meeting will be held.

BYLAWS

The DHRPC has bylaws to explain how the planning council operates. The Restructure Workgroup recently revised the bylaws and the DHRPC has accepted written feedback from the community. All revisions and comments will be reviewed at the upcoming RM committee meeting. 

AGENCY AND COMMITTEE REPORTS

Committee co-chairs and agency representatives provide a report at each DHRPC meeting to keep Council members and community members informed on agency matters and committee progress. ​View agency and committee reports here.

WORK PLAN

The DHRPC and its committees create work plans in an effort to guide legislatively-mandated deliverables and to prevent overlap of work between committees.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST

Members are required to disclose all affiliations when voting on DHRPC matters.  Members must disclose their conflicts of interest during PC meetings and may be prohibited from voting on certain affairs if conflicts are present.  Each member must update and sign the disclosure forms yearly. View the disclosure form and conflict of interest form

ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFICIENCY OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE MECHANISM

The planning council is responsible for evaluating how timely and efficiently RWHAP Part A funds are allocated and made available for care. This involves ensuring that funds are being contracted for quickly and through an open process, and that local HIV/AIDS providers are being paid in a timely manner. 

AEAM Reports