Nevada’s Ryan White Programs Resource Directory
Ryan White Program Parts
Part A Program | Clark & Nye Counties In NV & Mojave County, AZ
- Ryan White Part A (RWPA) funds HIV/AIDS care in metropolitan areas hardest hit by the epidemic.
- These areas are called transitional grant areas (TGAs).
- Clark County Social Services is the head of Ryan White Part A TGA Program.
Part A funds are used to provide core medical and support services for people living with HIV (PLWH).
- The Las Vegas TGA Planning Council sets the basis for funding decisions and award of contracts to service agencies.
- Care is then delivered by agencies that follow Ryan White standards that cover areas like quality of care and data reporting.
- HRSA project officers and technical assistance and training services help Part A carry out these responsibilities.
Part B Program | Statewide
- Ryan White Part B (RWPB) provides grants to States and Territories to improve the quality, availability, and organization of HIV health care and support services.
- The Office of HIV/AIDS sits within the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and the Office of HIV/AIDS and is headquartered in Carson City, NV.
- RWPB has a base grant for core medical and support services and also funds the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).
- Provides a comprehensive system of care that includes primary medical care, essential support services and access to HIV medication through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) to eligible Nevadans living with HIV/AIDS.
Part C Program | Northern Nevada Hopes & UMC
- Ryan White Part C (RWPC) funds go to community-based organizations to support outpatient HIV early intervention services and care.
- In the state of Nevada, Northern Nevada HOPES in Reno, and University Medical Center in Las Vegas, receive Part C funds.
Part D Program | Northern Nevada Hopes & UNLV
- Ryan White Part D (RWPD) funds are used to support family-centered, comprehensive care to women, infants, children, and youth living with HIV.
- Northern Nevada HOPES in Reno and the Nevada Care Program at UNLV are currently receiving Part D funds.