Setting Priorities for the Ryan White Part A Philadelphia EMA

One of the Planning Council's main responsibilities is setting service priorities for the region. This process is done at least every three years, but often sooner. The priority setting process is led by the Comprehensive Planning Committee (CPC), but other committees often participate. Priorities do not directly impact funding for services. Priority setting is about which services are most important with the Philadelphia EMA.

FY2019 Priority Setting

You can see current FY2019 priority list below.

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The documents below include the CPC meeting minutes and meeting packet from the June 2019 Priority Setting meeting.

The meeting minutes contain in an in-depth view of how the committee determined priorities, and the meeting packet contains both a FY2019 Priority Setting Worksheet and a document on Gaps in Service as Reported by Consumers by Percent.

Other Priority Setting Resources


For more information about the Planning Council's formal process for setting priorities, see the following.


For historical reference, you can view past priority lists below.

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