Every year, the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program reaches over 500,000 individuals who lack the insurance and financial resources to pay for care or who also may not have the social and familial support that is essential for coping with a debilitating and stigmatized disease, such as HIV/AIDS.
The Ryan White Progress Reports are published every other year to document the successes and challenges of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. The reports include information about an evolving epidemic, data on client demographics, programs, services, as well as individual stories of Ryan White clients whose lives have been affected by the disease.
Ahead of the Curve
In this seventh edition of the HAB Progress Report, we examine how HRSA is paving the way towards the future. Now, more than ever, we’re tapping into the promise of technology, health care advancements, and innovative research to reach, engage, and retain vulnerable PLWHA in care. We’ve built a strong public health infrastructure and are meeting the goals of Healthy People 2020.
Going the Distance: 20 Years of Leadership, A Legacy of Care
This progress report celebrates the legacy of the first responders to the AIDS epidemic, the 1990 passage of the first Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act, and the creation of and progress made by the Health Resources and Services HIV/AIDS Bureau. It presents the history of the CARE Act, now renamed Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act, and its components, case studies illustrating the pursuit of excellence throughout the years, successes, and the challenges to come. The report includes the FY08 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Data Summary tables, figures, and references.
The Power of Connections: 2008 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Progress Report
This progress report provides an overview of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program funding and grantees for fiscal year (FY) 2007. It profiles grantee organizations under each part of the Program’s funding sections and includes testimonials from enrolled clients. This report focuses on reducing health disparities, success in reaching targeted populations, and improving the quality of HIV care. It includes FY 2006 CARE Act data and graphs.
The 2006 Ryan White CARE Act Progress Report: On the Frontlines
This progress report presents first hand accounts of CARE Act providers and of people living with HIV/AIDS. It features nationwide service delivery site profiles, statistical client data, and CARE Act programs and federal funding appropriations. This progress report includes photography of clients and providers.
Progress Report on CARE Act Accomplishments, 2004 - 2005
This progress report illustrates the successes and challenges of the CARE Act and provides an update on the HIV/AIDS Epidemic. It features statistical client data, and CARE Act programs and federal funding appropriations. This progress report also includes photography of clients and providers.
Progress Report on CARE Act Accomplishments, 2002 - 2003
This report provides information on the progress of the Ryan White CARE Act. It highlights the AIDS epidemic's movement, services provided, and developments in treatment and coverage. The report includes graphs and charts on new AIDS cases, grants, and expenditures.