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DCHAP Quarterly Stakeholder Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Leroy Dux Area 14
01:12:31
Are the allocations report available today?
Mark McCaw
01:13:04
What causes the delay in giving notices of the Part D Supplemental awards. These begin 8/1
PhilipK
01:15:48
I just checked the EHB (at 2:15 pm) and the Allocations and Expenditures Reports are not available as yet
Katelin Thomas
01:15:54
Will new NOAs for Part D base funding also be released soon (or was the one we received last year for the entire 2 year period)?
Brian Fitzsimmons
01:17:42
To Leroy's question regarding the A&R reports in EHB: DPD has advised that the RWHAP Allocation and Expenditure Reports will be available sometime today. unfortunately, we do not have an exact time so these tasks may not appear until later today.
Leroy Dux Area 14
01:18:19
Thank you, Brian!
SA173 Gustavo Trejo Medina
01:19:16
Makeva can we have the links for these events?
Brian Fitzsimmons
01:19:43
To Mark: Part D NOAs will be released soon; once the Part D "base" awards have been released, the Part D supplemental awards will be released.
annmarie denton
01:20:29
Where to submit allocation/ expenditure reports?
Brian Fitzsimmons
01:22:44
To Katelin: Yes, Part D "base" awards for this year (FY 21) will be released. Last year's NOA was your FY 20 Part D (8/1/2020 to 731/2021) award only and did not include funds for this year (FY 21). All current Part D recipients will receive their FY 21 award and that is also in the process of being released by OFAM.
Marcy Sedlacek
01:23:34
when can we expect the NOA
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:24:54
Re: links to community engagement listening sessions. Mountain West (Regions 8 & 10) is scheduled for August 12th. Participants can register via: https://hrsa-gov.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItceyvqjgjG8uSrnnitbRf7zS3CmJmq_o
Brian Fitzsimmons
01:25:46
To Marcy: The Part D awards are in the process of being released. Since the release of NOAs to recipients is handled by HRSA's Office of Federal Assistance Management (OFAM), HAB DCHAP does not have the exact date for the release of these awards.
Marcy Sedlacek
01:26:03
Thank you
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:27:19
Registration for community listening sessions schedule for Aug 19th and Sept 9th have not been published yet; however, when available can be accessed via: https://www.hrsa.gov/ending-hiv-epidemic
Brian Fitzsimmons
01:27:30
To Annmarie: The RWHAP Parts C and D Allocation and Expenditure Reports, along with CARES Act Expenditure Reports, are scheduled to be available in EHB sometime today. There is no specific time provided so it is possible that these tasks may not appear until later today.
Ingrid
01:27:54
Where can we find trainings for staff on trauma informed care offered by your TA providers?
Kwesi Willacy
01:28:03
Can we have the link to the “Have you heard?” Registration please?
annmarie denton
01:28:10
Thank you Brian
Denise Jones/ WORLD
01:28:23
Can you share the upcoming slides again
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:29:32
The August HAB you Heard registration information is available via: https://targethiv.org/calendar/hab-you-heard-august-2021
Denise Jones/ WORLD
01:29:45
The Saved the Date Slide - Please share again
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:31:09
@Ingrid information regarding Trauma Informed Care accessible via: https://targethiv.org/presentation/trauma-informed-approaches-hiv-care-and-treatment-tools-and-strategies
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:31:37
NASTAD's trauma informed toolkit can be accessed via: https://targethiv.org/library/trauma-informed-approaches-toolkit
Barbara Messick
01:33:27
When do you expect to release the RW Part D Competitive Renewal for 2022-2024?
Katelin Thomas
01:33:28
Is there a way for Part D programs to get a sense of what funding based on a formula might look like? (i.e., for "x" number of WICY served, funding might be "y")
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:40:43
Are any other clinics noticing an increase in requests from persons with HIV to breastfeed?
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:50:04
Of interest...ESCALATE (Ending Stigma through Collaboration And Lifting All To Empowerment) is a training and capacity-building initiative designed to address HIV-related stigma that creates barriers at multiple levels of the HIV care continuum.ESCALATE is open to all Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Recipients (Parts A, B, C, & D), including community-based organizations, federally qualified health centers, health departments, planning councils, and planning bodies.ESCALATE will implement two Learning Collaboratives (LCs) with organizations selected across RWHAP. Recipients interested in applying can do so as Stigma Reduction Teams. The first LC will run from fall 2021 to fall 2022 with up to eight organizations seeking to implement stigma- reduction programs. More information accessible via: https://targethiv.org/escalate/learning-collaboratives
Maria Freshman
01:53:43
Thanks for Sharing Debra and Carrie!
Sheena’s iPhone
01:54:16
Awesome info Debra and Carrie! Thank You
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
01:54:49
Grace, I appreciate your use of gender neutral terms, "Pregnant persons with HIV."
Yvonne Lewis
02:00:04
Good afternoon,Thanks so much for all of the great information! How do you serve pregnant patients who struggle with mental health and substance use issues while cycling in and out of the prison system?
Danielle Warren-Dias
02:04:04
Stigma is still an issue for people with wombs loving with HIV have children.
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
02:04:16
Thanks for pointing this out Grace. An inclusive approach to use is a systems inventory. If the part is present, it gets checked. Using the phrases "persons with pregnancy potential" or "pregnant people with HIV," removes "gender" from the equation and allows persons with reproductive potential who do not identify as "male" or "female" to see themselves as part of the care system.
Danielle Warren-Dias
02:13:49
We've found that the health literacy for transitioning adolescents adds to the success if we begin earlier from the age of 8.
Lea Dooley
02:13:52
Do you have an average age that you transfer peds to adult?
Lisa Jenkins
02:14:42
Can you send me a copy of this checklist Lisa.riggs@okstate.edu
Cathleen Danheiser
02:17:33
Thank yo All, Both presentations were wondersul
Sharon Murphy, McGregor Clinic, Area 8
02:17:42
I would appreciate a copy of the checklist as well!
Cathleen Danheiser
02:17:46
Thank You
LaWanda Todd
02:17:54
Great presentation!!!
Danielle Warren-Dias
02:18:08
Great Presentation
maria carrasquillo
02:18:16
Great presentation very informative.
Amanda Farrell- You Center for Wellness ECMC
02:18:23
Thank you , great presentations
Lisa Muttiah-Tarrant County
02:18:33
Great work!
Sharon Murphy, McGregor Clinic, Area 8
02:18:52
Sharon@mcgregorclinic.org. Thanks!
annmarie denton
02:18:52
Are there any updates on the future National Ryan whit conference?
Dana Hines, HRSA/HAB
02:20:49
RE: National Ryan White Conference, future HAB You Heard webinars will give updates. Stay tuned.
Yvonne Lewis
02:21:35
Thanks so much!
annmarie denton
02:22:36
Thank you Diana
Sabrina Sanders
02:26:35
The state of Michigan have a breast milk initiative. A collaboration with a breast milk bank to provide HIV positive moms a safe alternative
Tima Smith
02:28:31
Love that!
Pam Ellis
02:29:09
I would love some info to the breast milk bank
Maria Freshman
02:29:14
MassCARE "Moving on Positively A Guide for Youth, caregivers and Providers". HRSA Grant H12HA00009 with MassCARE Massachusetts Community AIDS Resource Enhancement https://www.mass.gov/doc/moving-on-positively-a-guide-for-youth-caregivers-and-providers/download?_ga=2.140196596.617171660.1626982019-1589814792.1626982019
Ryan White
02:29:38
Great presentations!
Lisa Muttiah-Tarrant County
02:29:53
In Tarrant County, Texas, provides 6 weeks of human breast milk for exposed infants.