Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Program

Providing a voice for and educating CBA consumers on relevant issues impacting the quality of capacity building assistance for HIV prevention.

CDC Disclaimer: This site contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such materials, please exit this website.

DESCRIPTION OF THE CBA PROJECT

Resource Center for CBA Consumers: Strengthening consumer access to and utilization of CBA services for HIV Prevention.

 

GOALS OF THE CBA PROJECT

To improve the effectiveness of HIV prevention services by creating and sustaining an engaged network of CBA consumers that expresses consumer’s needs and concerns to CBA providers and funders, educates consumers about CBA and how to access it, and reduces the stigma related to seeking CBA.

 

CBA Services

  1. Conducting capacity building assistance (CBA) needs assessment via online survey (go to: www.theaidsinstitute.org)
  2. Web portal www.CBANetwork.org for network members and CBA consumers
  3. CBA consumer E-newsletters
  4. CBA consumer webinar trainings and informational sessions
  5. Coordinate the HIV Prevention Leadership Summit (HPLS)

 

COLLABORATING PROGRAM AND HPLS PARTNERS

Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), National Prevention Information Network (NPIN), National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA), National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), ETR Associates, Inc., and The AIDS Institute (TAI).

 

TARGET POPULATION

Capacity building assistance (CBA) consumers, including directly and indirectly funded faith and community based organizations.

 

To learn more about CBA, please contact The AIDS Institute's Director of Education, Michelle Scavnicky, at MScavnicky@TheAIDSInstitute.org, or call Michelle at 813-258-5929.

Attachments: