Where you live matters

Learn about your neighbors. See the distribution of poverty, race/ethnicity, education, employment, and more in the nine-county Philadelphia area.

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About the Planning Council

The volunteer members of the HIV Integrated Planning Council work to ensure that people with or at risk for HIV have access to quality services. They identify needs and plan resources to ensure services get to the people who need them most.

The HIV Integrated Planning Council serves people living in nine counties across two states.

In 2016, there were 26,689 people living with HIV in the greater Philadelphia area. Of those,

People with HIV lived in
Philadelphia in 2016

People with HIV lived in
the PA suburbs in 2016

People with HIV lived in
the South Jersey counties in 2016

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2016 Philadelphia HIV Care Continuum





Of Philadelphians living with HIV in 2016

  • 92.7%had been
    diagnosed with HIV
  • 87.3%(of newly diagnosed)
    were linked to HIV care
  • 46.4%were retained
    in HIV medical care
  • 50.9%were
    virally suppressed
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Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with HIV planning. Whether you want to participate or just learn more, you have options.

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Read the Plan

Did you know that there's a five-year plan for HIV care and prevention services in our area?

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Attend a meeting

The best way to learn more about the Planning Council is to join us for a meeting.

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