Conference of Local Health Officials

Counties Hurt by Reduced HIV Prevention Funding

Throughout the state, counties could lose 30 percent of their budgets as a result of funding cut by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

May 1, 2012 – When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced it was changing the funding algorithm for HIV prevention last year, health officials knew they’d see a reduction in
funds because Oregon is considered a low-prevalence state.

What was uncertain, however, was how the Oregon Health Authority would distribute those funds to county health departments.

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