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MissouriPopulation Data

Estimated population of Missouri: 5,956,3351

Percentage of Population Living in Poverty2

Percentage of Population Living in Poverty
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Percentage of Population Living in Poverty2
Percentage living in poverty (below 100% of Federal Poverty Level) 13
Percentage living below 200% of Federal Poverty Level 32
Percentage living below 300% of Federal Poverty Level 53

Percentage of Population With Health Insurance3

Percentage of Population With Health Insurance
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Percentage of Population With Health Insurance3
Type of Health Insurance Percentage
Private 69
Medicaid 13
Medicare 17
Military Health 5
Uninsured 13

NOTE: People can be covered by more than one type of health insurance during the year.

MissouriHIV/AIDS Epidemic4

Missouri

Estimated Cumulative Reported AIDS Cases: 12,447

Estimated Number of People Living with AIDS at the end of 2008: 6,170

Reported HIV Infection and AIDS Cases, 2000-2008
Year HIV Cases AIDS Cases Estimated HIV Infection
(including AIDS)*
2000 348 452 --
2001 481 430 --
2002 316 388 --
2003 467 391 --
2004 408 388 --
2005 469 385 --
2006 502 464 --
2007 460 542 --
2008 -- -- 677

The format of this table was changed in 2008 to account for the change in the presentation of data in CDC's HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report.

MissouriProgram Grantees and Funding

Visit the HIV/AIDS Bureau’s Web site for a list of grantees by program.

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Funding Received by Missouri Grantees, FY 2009

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Funding Received by Missouri Grantees
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Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Funding Received by Missouri Grantees, FY 2009
Program Fiscal Year 2008
EMAs/TGAs: Part A $9,960,596
States and Territories: Part B $3,926,854
ADAP (Part B) and ADAP Supplemental $10,102,752
Emerging Communities: Part B $0
Early Intervention: Part C $2,637,571
Capacity Building: Part C $95,525
Women, Infants, Youth, Families: Part D $1,768,227
Oral Health Programs: Part F $2,638
AETC: Part F $0
MAI Part A $622,429
MAI Part B $74,859
MAI AETCs^ $0
SPNS: Part F $0
Total $29,191,451

Notes: Oral Health includes the Dental Reimbursement Program and the Community Dental Partnership Grant Program. Minority AIDS Initiative funding from Parts C and D is included in Part C and D totals. States with no direct AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) funding are covered by an AETC local performance site.

MissouriProvider Characteristics

In Missouri, 34 service organizations received funding from one or more Ryan White programs to provide services in 2009

Organizations Receiving Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Funding, by Part5

Organizations Receiving Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Funding, by Part
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Organizations Receiving Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Funding, by Part5
Program Number of Provider Organizations
Part A 18
Part B 21
Part C 8
Part D 8

Note: 12 provider organizations received funding from two or more Ryan White programs.

Organizations Providing Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services, by Type, 20085

Organizations Providing Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services, by Type, 2007
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Organizations Providing Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Services, by Type, 20085
Types of Organizations Number Percentage
Hospitals 6 18
Community & Mental Health Centers 4 12
Community-Based Organizations 10 29
Health Departments 12 35
Other 2 6
Total Number 34

MissouriClient Characteristics

In 2008, Ryan White programs served 19,146 duplicated clients in Missouri.

Number of Duplicated Clients Served, by HIV Status, 2008

Number of Duplicated Clients Served, by HIV Status, 2007
Number of Duplicated Clients Served, by HIV Status, 2008
HIV Status Number Percentage
HIV Positive 17,292 90
HIV Negative 1,011 5
HIV Status Unknown 843 4
Total 19,146

NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent due to rounding.

Client Gender, by HIV Status5*

Client Gender, by HIV Status
Client Gender, by HIV Status5*
Gender HIV Positive HIV Affected Total
(N) (%) (N) (%) (N) (%)
Male 12,660 73 953 52 13,613 71
Female 4,516 26 877 48 5,393 28
Transgender 98 1 ** ** 98 1
Total 17,274 1,830 19,104

*Gender was unknown or unreported for 38 clients.

^An affected client is a family member or partner of an infected client who received case management or other supportive services during the calendar year and is reported as HIV negative or HIV status unknown.

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.

Client Race/Ethnicity, by HIV Status5*

Client Race/Ethnicity, by HIV Status
Client Race/Ethnicity, by HIV Status5*
Race HIV Positive HIV Affected Total
(N) (%) (N) (%) (N) (%)
White (not Hispanic) 7,463 44 352 20 7,815 42
African American (not Hispanic) 8,451 50 1,356 76 9,807 53
Hispanic 425 3 46 3 471 3
Asian 54 <1 ** ** 54 <1
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 0 ** ** 0 0
American Indian/Alaska Native 54 <1 ** ** 54 <1
Multi-racial 359 2 33 2 392 2
Total 16,806 1,787 18,593

NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent due to rounding.

*Race was unknown or unreported for 186 clients.

^An affected client is a family member or partner of an infected client who received case management or other supportive services during the calendar year and is reported as HIV negative or HIV status unknown.

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.

Client Age, by HIV Status5

Age-by-HIV-Status
Client Age, by HIV Status5
Age HIV Positive HIV Affected Total
(N) (%) (N) (%) (N) (%)
Under 2 years 145 1 34 2 179 1
2 - 12 years 68 <1 653 36 721 4
13 - 24 years 1,070 6 552 30 1,622 9
25 - 44 years 8,886 52 397 22 9,283 49
45 - 64 years 6,839 40 184 10 7,023 37
65 years and older 242 1 ** ** 242 1
Total 17,250 1,820 19,070

NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent due to rounding.

*Age was unknown or unreported for 67 clients.

^An affected client is a family member or partner of an infected client who received case management or other supportive services during the calendar year and is reported as HIV negative or HIV status unknown.

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.

Household Income of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Clients, 20085

In 2008, 9,953 (52%) of the clients served had household incomes equal to or below the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). An additional 3,939 (21%) were between 101% and 200% of the FPL.

Insurance Status of HIV-Positive Clients, 20085

Insurance Status of HIV-Positive Clients, 2008
Insurance Status of HIV-Positive Clients, 20085*
INSURANCE STATUS Number Percent
Private Insurance 2,964 17
Medicaid 3,629 21
Medicare 3,137 18
Other Public 442 3
Other Insurance 3,168 18
No Insurance 3,862 22
Total 17,202

*Insurance status was unknown or unreported for 90 clients.

NOTE: Percentages may not sum to 100 percent due to rounding.

MissouriServices Utilization

Number of Visits for Core Services5*

Number of Visits for Core Services
Number of Visits for Core Services5*
Type of Service Number of Visits
Medical case management 106,590
Substance abuse 111
Oral health 4,040
Ambulatory/outpatient medical care 16,351
Mental health 3,129

*Service agencies/organizations may receive Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program funding to provide multiple services to clients.

Number of Funded Organizations, by Service Provided5*
Core Services Number of Funded Organizations
Outpatient ambulatory/medical 11
Oral health care 8
Early intervention (Parts A & B) 3
Home health care 2
Home/community-based services 1
Mental health services 9
Medical case management 26
Substance abuse: outpatient 4
   
Support Services Number of Funded Organizations
Case management (nonmedical) 3
Child care services 2
Pediatric assessment/early intervention 2
Emergency financial assistance 5
Food bank/home-delivered meals 2
Health education/risk reduction 7
Housing services 5
Legal services 2
Linguistics services 2
Medical transportation services 7
Outreach services 3
Permanency planning 2
Psychosocial support services 8
Referral for health care/support services 4
Rehabilitation services 1
Respite care 1
Residential substance abuse services 1
Treatment adherence counseling 6

*Service agencies/organizations may receive Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program funding to provide multiple services to clients.

MissouriAIDS Drug Assistance Program

In 2008, ADAP served 2,072 clients in Missouri.

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.

ADAP Clients, by Gender5

ADAP Clients, by Gender
ADAP Clients, by Gender5
Gender Number Percentage
Male 1,689 82
Female 377 18
Transgender ** **
Total 2,066

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.

ADAP Clients, by Race/Ethnicity5

ADAP Clients, by Race/Ethnicity
ADAP Clients, by Race/Ethnicity5
Race Number* Percentage
White (not Hispanic) 1,054 51
African American (not Hispanic) 862 42
Hispanic 136 7
Asian ** **
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0 0
American Indian/Alaska Native ** **
Multiracial ** **
Total 2,052

*Race was unknown or unreported for 6 clients.

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.

ADAP Clients, by Age5

ADAP Clients, by Age
ADAP Clients, by Age5
Age Number Percentage
Under 2 years 0 0
2 - 12 years ** **
13 - 24 years 83 4
25 - 44 years 1,198 58
45 - 64 years 775 37
65 years and older 12 1
Total 2,068

**Fewer than 10 clients reported. For confidentiality, cells with ‹10 clients are not included in the column, row, and percentage. For charting purposes, a fictitious value of 9 has been assigned.