Welcome to the Greater Baltimore HIV Health Services Planning Council
The planning council is a 40-member, all-volunteer body, appointed by the mayor of Baltimore City. The council is responsible for:
All planning council and committee meetings are open to the public, except when topics pertaining to individuals' private or confidential information are under discussion.Learn more about the planning council's mission, vision and values.
HIV Service Map
This map serves as a supplement to the HIV Service Directory for anyone who wishes to locate Ryan White service providers in their area and get driving directions. Listings include providers of Ryan White medical and support services from Baltimore City and the surrounding counties of Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Carroll, Anne Arundel and Queen Anne's. To view the map, click here.
Planning Council Information Portal
The Planning Council Information Portal (also known as online scorecards) is the source for information about the current and historical performance of service categories in the Baltimore EMA. To view online scorecards by fiscal year and service category, click here.
We have recently been experiencing technical difficulties. If the Information Portal link does not work, you may view the EMA's Standards of Care via a Dropbox link by clicking here.
The HIV Service Directory is the first comprehensive directory of HIV-related service providers in and around the Baltimore EMA! Listings include both medical and support services. You can search the directory or browse by service type, service provider, or location.
Planning Council Support Office
The planning council's administrative affairs are managed by:
InterGroup Synergy and Planning Collaborative, Inc.
Planning Council Events