Add Your Voice to Alabama’s Ending the HIV Epidemic Planning

Published: April 22, 2020

Alabama Partners for Health is conducting a community needs assessment to hear people’s thoughts on how to improve HIV prevention and care in Alabama. The project is part of a program funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) intended to provide communities with additional resources to end the HIV epidemic.

Ending the HIV epidemic will require meaningfully leadership and involvement of people living with HIV and communities that have been hardest hit by the epidemic- that’s where you come in. The information that you and others who complete the following surveys provide will serve as the basis for a strategic plan that will implemented throughout the state.

Below are links to two surveys – a general community survey and a survey to collect more in-depth feedback from Alabamians living with HIV. Each survey takes about 15 minutes to complete. All of your responses are confidential and will not affect your ability to receive care from your healthcare providers. Responses are being collected through May 22nd, 2020. Please also help share these surveys with your communities to make sure all are involved in helping to shape this plan.

General community survey:
Survey for people living with HIV:

Alabama Partners for Health will also be conducting a series of virtual focus groups to further inform the state’s Ending the HIV Epidemic plan. For more information or to schedule a focus group, please contact Dr. LaTeisha Elliot, Founder of Alabama Partners for Health, at or (256) 658-9123.

Please share this information with anyone who would like to participate. We need to hear your voice. Thank you, and stay healthy!