Getting to Zero Illinois is a statewide initiative to end the HIV epidemic by 2030. The GTZ-IL initiative is accompanied by a plan that outlines the goals and strategies which promote HIV prevention and access to care. This data dashboard helps users track progress towards the goals and strategies found in this plan. The data are organized into three different sections: progress measures, health measures, and social determinants of health measures. You can access these sections through the links and interactive buttons below or through the navigation menu bar above. 

Getting to Zero IL HIV Dashboard

Learn to navigate the dashboard, interact with the graphs, and gain an overview of the measures:

For details on the data, definitions, and acronyms:

If you have questions about the dashboard or would like to provide feedback:

Learn to navigate the dashboard, interact with the graphs, and gain an overview of the measures:

For details on the data, definitions, and acronyms:

If you have questions about the dashboard or would like to provide feedback:

To find graphs related to health measures, please select one of the links below:

Health Measures

To find graphs related to health measures, please select one of the links below:

Care Continuum Measures

Social Determinants of Health Measures

To find graphs related to social determinants of health, please select one of the links below:

Social Determinants of Health Measures

To find graphs related to social determinants of health, please select one of the links below:

The dashboard was designed by Northwestern University in collaboration with AIDS Foundation Chicago (AFC), the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), the Getting to Zero Research Evaluation and Data Workgroup (GTZ RED), and the Getting to Zero Communications Workgroup. Funding for the dashboard was provided by AIDS Foundation Chicago, made possible in part by a grant from the Pritzker Community Health Initiative, and the Chicago Department of Public Health.