Thank you for visiting CAI at APHA 23!
Thank you for your interest in CAI. For more than 40 years, we’ve been helping health care and social service organizations throughout the country improve their services, particularly to members of marginalized communities.
We work alongside organizations including CDC and SAHMSA, state health departments, and Federally Qualified Health Centers to tackle the toughest health and social issues that confront people who are most impacted by disparities.
CAI areas of expertise
- Training: based on adult-learning principles and supported by technical assistance, evaluation, and curriculum development.
- HIV and STIs: including our National Classroom Learning Center, which delivers evidence-based CDC trainings to HIV-service providers, and the NJ HIV Trauma-Informed Care Project.
- Community engagement: to ensure that affected communities are meaningfully engaged in efforts to improve their health and well-being.
- Tobacco use: developing innovative approaches to address tobacco disparities among low-income, minority, and otherwise marginalized and under-resourced populations.
- Maternal and infant health: helping health care providers strengthen their services, and we help community health workers maximize their impact with people they serve.
- Substance use: including our recently refunded and expanded Center for Excellence for Protected Health Information, which ensures that people seeking substance use disorder treatment feel safe.
- Adolescent health: ensuring that adolescents have access to comprehensive, youth-affirming health and supportive services, with a focus on the sexual and reproductive health field.
Work with us!
CAI creates tailored projects–from one day trainings to multi-year initiatives–in partnership with national, state, and local organizations. Contact us to find out how we can work together.