Health
People Living with HIV

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People Living with HIV

What does this measure?

The number of people living with HIV, per 100,000 residents.

Why is this important?

HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is a serious though preventable infection that has a disproportionate impact on ethnic and racial minorities. Although there is no cure, new treatments are helping people with HIV live longer. Still, these treatment regimens are complex, cause serious side effects, and become ineffective as HIV mutates.

How is the region performing?

In 2021, there were 103 people living with HIV per 100,000 residents in the Mid-Hudson Valley region, slightly higher than the state (excluding NYC) rate of 91. The rate increased by 2% in the region since 2002. Greene had the highest rate per 100,000 residents (157), followed by Columbia (152). Putnam and Orange counties had the lowest rates (72 and 90 respectively).

Notes about the data

Figures do not include prisoners, as counts with prisoners increased rates dramatically for counties with correctional facilities. Data for this indicator are expected to be released in the fourth quarter, with a two-year delay.

People Living with HIV
20022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Region1011051029694908886838384859093981009810399103
Columbia971001049493989689100102109125140140143148146163156152
Dutchess112117109110111103888983828482829097104102107101109
Greene1061051057985871011228386101104110105116116135153152157
Orange9193898883838279838283849389919291968890
Putnam3943373334313140354643485052595953566972
Sullivan180188186154144131134126129119112107115120135125114105102101
Ulster107112116107103951039584858384849910010298104102108
NYS (excluding NYC)7881807877747575747577798288949493938991

Source: New York State Department of Health
Notes: Figures are per 100,000 residents. HIV data excludes prisoners.




Total HIV Cases
20022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Region1,1191,1741,1511,0891,0641,0209999879509509569671,0181,0551,1081,1351,1111,1731,1541,209
Columbia6163666059626156636468788786878987979694
Dutchess321339320324327304261264248244249243243265283306300315300325
Greene5151513942435060414249505350555564727376
Orange321334324320303304303295310307311315347334345350348370352364
Putnam3843373334313140354643485052585852556771
Sullivan1341421421181111021049810092868287901019486798081
Ulster193202211195188174189174153155150151151178179183174185186198
NYS (excluding NYC)8,5768,9738,9498,6368,5268,2368,3358,3518,2948,4568,6158,8329,2549,68710,23910,23610,16110,1909,95310,158

Source: New York State Department of Health
Notes: Figures exclude prisoners.




INDICATORS TREND | STATE
Children Living in Poverty Increasing
Children Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Single-Parent Families Increasing
Single-Parent Families, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Rate of Child Abuse and Neglect Decreasing
Rate of Foster Care Admissions Decreasing
Teen Pregnancy Decreasing
Voter Registration Rate Increasing
Voter Participation Rate Decreasing
Total Population Increasing
Population by Age Not Applicable
Population by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Household Types Not Applicable
Change in Total Jobs Increasing
Foreign-Born Population Increasing
Employment by Sector Not Applicable
Spending for County Government Increasing
Tourism Revenue Increasing
Preschoolers Receiving Special Education Services Increasing
Prekindergarten Participation Decreasing
Students Receiving Special Education Services Increasing
Per-Student Spending Increasing
Student Performance on Grade 4 English, by Economic Background Not Applicable
Student Performance on Grade 4 English, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Student Performance on Grade 4 Math, by Economic Background Not Applicable
Student Performance on Grade 4 Math, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
High School Cohort Graduation Rate Increasing
High School Cohort Dropout Rate Decreasing
High School GED Rate Decreasing
Education Levels of Adults Not Applicable
Education Levels of Adults, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Median Household Income Maintaining
Median Household Income, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
People Living in Poverty Maintaining
People Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Seniors Living in Poverty Increasing
Veterans Living in Poverty Maintaining
Children Receiving Subsidized Child Care Decreasing
Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Price Lunch Increasing
Earned Income Tax Credit Participation Decreasing
People Without Health Insurance Decreasing
Deaths from Drug Overdoses Increasing
Early Prenatal Care, by Mother's Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable
Living Wage Rate by Household Type Not Applicable
Income in Relation to Poverty Level Not Applicable
Babies with Low Birth Weights Increasing
People Living wth HIV Increasing
Mental Health Clinic Visits Decreasing
Homeownership Rates Increasing
Homeless Persons Decreasing
Cost of Homeownership Maintaining
Cost of Renting Not Applicable
Violent Crimes Decreasing
Domestic Violence Decreasing
Arrest Rates, by Race/Ethnicity Not Applicable


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