Jefferson County 95-95-95 Targets (2020)




Source: Provided by Jefferson County

Jefferson County HIV Care Continuum (2020)





Source: Provided by Jefferson County

Message from the Mayor

Our administration stands shoulder to shoulder with the community in working toward the Fast Track City goals of ending HIV transmission by the year 2030. Birmingham has a history of overcoming adversity through grassroots support and HIV is no different. Birmingham is ready to work with our citizens, public health officials, community-based organizations, clinicians, and researchers to meet and exceed our goals in an actionable and achievable way.

Randall Woodfin
Mayor of Birmingham
FTCI Taskforce Members

University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB) 1917 Clinic

908 20th Street South Birmingham, AL 35294

Mission: To address the needs of patients, their families and significant others, the scientific community and the community at-large in responding to the urgent and unique issues surrounding HIV/AIDS.

UAB Center For AIDS Research (CFAR)

UAB Family Clinic

1600 5th Ave S, Children’s Park Place, Suite G20, Birmingham, AL 35233

Mission: Family Clinic’s primary mission is to recruit and retain women, infants, children, and youth (ages 13 – 24) infected by HIV into care by providing access to research, medical care, mental health, oral health, nutrition, pharmacy and social services for these individuals and by ensuring that the care provided is culturally competent, well-coordinated, and family centered.

Jefferson County Department of Health

Jefferson County Department of Health, 1400 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233


Address: Jefferson County Department of Health, 1400 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233 Mission: Prevent disease and assure access to quality health care. Promote a healthy lifestyle and a healthy environment. Protect against public health threats. Our vision is a healthier Jefferson County for all. We value Compassion for every life we touch, Respect for each other and those we serve, Collaboration within our community, Integrity in every action, and Innovation to advance our mission.

AIDS Alabama

Mission: AIDS Alabama devotes its energy and resources statewide to helping people with HIV/AIDS live healthy, independent lives and works to prevent the spread of HIV.

Alabama Public Health (Office of HIV Prevention & Care)

800-252-1818 (toll-free, statewide)

Services: Prevention - Testing, HIV Prevention Network. Public Health Administration - Statistics, Program Management, Health Messaging Campaigns (traditional media, brochures, web, mobile apps, social media), Technical Assistance (for Collaborative Partnerships), Education (Professional, Community, Individual). Services for People with HIV - Linkage & Retention, Alabama Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), Mentoring. Mission: The mission of the Office of HIV Prevention and Care, in collaboration with community partners, is to reduce the incidence of HIV infections, to increase life expectancy for those infected, and to improve the quality of life for persons living with or affected by HIV. The charge of the Office is to monitor the epidemic, improve public understanding of HIV, prevent or reduce behaviors that transmit HIV, increase individual knowledge of HIV serostatus, and strengthen systems for referral to appropriate prevention and treatment services.

Aletheia House

2100 16th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35205


Mission: To promote the health and well-being of individuals and communities by providing high quality, low cost services with a special kind of caring.

Birmingham AIDS Outreach

205 32nd Street South, Birmingham, AL 35233


Mission: To enhance the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, at-risk, affected individuals, and the LGBTQ community through outreach, age-appropriate prevention education, and supportive services.

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Community Leadership Messages

As a provider, I feel privileged to work in one of the first Southeastern cities in the United States to engage in the Fast Track Cities’ initiative. Through great leadership from community partners, the Jefferson County Health Department and patient advocates, I have every reason to believe that the city of Birmingham will be able to decrease inequities in our HIV status neutral continuum through programs exactly like this. This inspires such hope looking towards the future.

Latesha Elopre
Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Graduate Medical Education
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)

Since beginning work in HIV Education in 2013, I’ve realized how powerful and important it is to be open about my status. People fear things that they don’t understand and I am using my personal story and experiences to combat stigma, fear, and overall ignorance wherever it exists. There was a time when being HIV Positive was a death sentence, now the disease isn’t killing people, stigma is.

Tony Christon-Walker
Director of Prevention and Community Partnerships
AIDS Alabama

We are honored to work with a community of partners such as AIDS Alabama, Aletheia House, and Birmingham AIDS Outreach to create a safe, brave space for our community to find their own voice. Implementing support and resources to our community is key to them living a productive life. However, stigma is still a barrier for individuals adhering to care. We must work together to reduce stigma related to HIV within our community. We cannot and will not end the epidemic without hearing from the voices of our community.

Shirley Selvage
Coordinator of Health Education
UAB 1917

“We celebrate the momentous launch of the Birmingham/Jefferson County dashboard with gratitude to Mayor Randall Woodfin for his enthusiastic endorsement of Birmingham as a Fast Track City. Working with the Mayor’s office, the Jefferson County HIV/AIDS Community Coalition, led by Chair Mr. Rick Walton, has been instrumental in providing grass roots advocacy towards Birmingham becoming a Fast Track City. Drs. Mark Wilson and David Hicks have provided visionary leadership at the Jefferson County Department of Health – the first Southern U.S. jurisdiction to adopt a U=U resolution -- and have been steadfast in implementation of Fast Track City strategic planning towards achieving the 90-90-90 targets.”

Michael J Mugavero
Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)

"We are fortunate to have multiple partners, including the City of Birmingham, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, our county and state health department, and several HIV/AIDS advocacy and service organizations, who are all committed to working together to reach the 90-90-90 targets.”

Mark E. Wilson
Health Officer
Jefferson County Department of Health

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