CAI has provided training and technical assistance to reproductive health providers for more than 30 years. CAI promotes reproductive health service delivery that is in line with evidence-based practices and emerging best practices.
CAI continually assesses the training needs of providers serving underserved and emerging populations, specifically those most impacted by health disparities, and develops tailored, relevant programs that draw on CAI's internal expertise, as well as external expertise from leaders in the field. Training and technical assistance is designed to provide measurable systems changes that translate to improved outcomes.
CAI provides training and technical assistance to frontline staff, educators, clinicians, and administrators in various reproductive health settings on topics that include, but are not limited to:
- Family planning and reproductive health service provision
- Sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS
- Adolescent health and teen pregnancy prevention
- STI, HIV/AIDS, and reproductive health clinical updates
- Reproductive life planning
- Reproductive health services provision to LGBTQ clients
- Performance management and continuous quality improvement
- Creating linkages with primary care providers
- Revenue cycle management
- Human trafficking
- Intimate partner violence
- Rape crisis counseling