Federal HIV/AIDS funding cuts force area providers to again reduce services

Ralston, Rachel
April 2005
Gay & Lesbian Times;4/7/2005, Issue 902, p14
Looks into the issue of reducing services for people with HIV or AIDS by the San Diego HIV Planning Council in California. Identification of the core services that will still be retained by the council; Use of needs assessment as a guide when deciding what service whose budget is to be reduced; Percentage cut in the services.


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