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Austin/Travis County 95-95-95 Targets (2020) PLHIV: 8,349

83%

75%

90%

Data estimates may be unstable at the County level

Source: HIV/STD Branch at the Texas Department of State Health Services

Austin/Travis County HIV Care Continuum (2020) PLHIV: 8,349

81%

74%

N/A

66%

Data estimates may be unstable at the County level

Source: HIV/STD Branch at the Texas Department of State Health Services

quote from the county judge

“Travis County is dedicated to achieving the realistic goal that the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities has set of attaining the three 95% targets as the starting point on a trajectory towards getting to zero new HIV infections and zero AIDS-related deaths. We affirm our obligation to uphold the dignity of all people and dedicate ourselves to protecting the most vulnerable among us.”

Andy Brown
Travis County Judge
Department of health

Kodjo Dodo, Public Health Program Manager II

Kodjo Dodo, Public Health Program Manager II, Planning & Evaluation Unit, Health Equity and Community Engagement, Austin Public Health

Public Health Program Manager II, Planning & Evaluation Unit, Health Equity and Community Engagement, Austin Public Health

7201 Levander Loop, Austin, TX, 78721

kodjo.dodo@austintexas.gov

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Community Leadership Messages

"It is important to work together to build the capacity of our community to end the HIV epidemic in a more intentional way. Through the Grants Readiness Committee, I want to help position our community to respond to grants and take action on our FTC Plan."

Vanessa Sarria, MPA
Co-Chair, Grant Readiness Workgroup
Chief Program Officer, Cardea

"I have been excited about the work of Fast-Track Cities in helping to improve the service delivery system in our community. This is an opportunity to look at what we have been doing and change, improve and add to these much needed services and supports."

Barry Waller
Community Advocate
Co-Chair, Testing and Rapid Linkage To Care Workgroup

“We must find new ways of providing HIV testing, prevention, and treatment, to compliment the hard work being done by so many in our community. Texas Health Action and it’s programs Kind Clinic, TeleKind, and Waterloo Counseling Center are enthusiastic in working with our communities to eliminate HIV transmission.”

Christopher Hamilton
Co-Chair, Retention, Reengagement, and Viral Suppression Workgroup
Texas Health Action, Chief Executive Officer

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