Project Overview

Only 25% of HIV infected individuals are receiving the care they need to effectively treat their infection and prevent its spread. As part of an effort to decrease the estimated 50,000 new HIV infections that occur each year, CAI has been selected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to serve as a Capacity Building Assistance provider to healthcare organizations nationwide.

The project will concentrate on strengthening the capacity of the HIV prevention workforce to implement High-Impact HIV Prevention interventions-- scalable, scientifically proven approaches tailored to specific populations-- with a new focus on treatment as a critical component of prevention. Through partnerships with expert healthcare faculty and a national consortium of organizations that have pioneered effective implementation of High Impact Prevention, CAI delivers tailored, evidence-based capacity building services to healthcare organizations and staff in clinical settings across the US.