The Kansas City Transitional Grant Area (TGA) Comprehensive HIV Prevention and Care Planning Council provides education and prevention efforts to reduce the incidence of the HIV infection. It offers services that provide the opportunity for the highest possible quality of life for all persons infected with or affected by HIV disease, including those traditionally not served or under-served.
State representative and alternate representative:
Term of Office
Terms for state representatives and alternate representatives of the statewide Care Planning Council are two years. Office is held for the two-year period beginning in January and/or until a successor has been elected. There is no option for re-election to the same position.
Responsibilities of state level representatives and alternate state representatives:
- Responsible for reporting and voting on the needs and interests of the Kansas City regional area at the state level;
- Responsible for collecting and presenting information to the Planning Council prior to state level presentation;
- Responsible for a state level report from the Planning Council in a timely manner as decided by the Executive Committee;
- Responsible for counsel to the alternate state representatives;
- Representatives to the state should not include Kansas City, Mo., Health Department employees;
- Responsible for attending all regularly scheduled Planning Council meetings and all state Care Planning Council meetings;
- Responsible for informing Planning Council staff within five working days, if unable to attend a statewide meeting.