Thank you for your interest in CAI's work on HIV!
CAI works at the local, state, national, and international levels to help organizations improve health care and social services for marginalized communities.
We lead some of the nation’s largest and most effective programs for building the capacity of HIV service providers.
Our HIV project include:
- The National HIV Classroom Learning Center (NHCLC) helps ensure that HIV service providers have access to high-quality training and resources that equip them to reduce HIV infections and improve health outcomes.
- Technical Assistance Provider Innovation Network (TAP-in) offers robust support and resources to leaders in 47 jurisdictions across the U.S. to enhance their work to prevent HIV.
- Rapid ART Dissemination Assistance Provider produces resources–including a new rapid start implementation compendium–that share best practices that help jurisdictions deliver antiretroviral treatment quickly.
- Leadership Training Institute offers training and mentoring opportunities that help people in New York State who are living with HIV or hepatitis C, using PrEP, and accessing harm-reduction services manage their health and advocate for themselves.
- Trauma-informed care initiatives, including the New Jersey Trauma-Informed Care Project, provide training and technical assistance that help HIV service providers integrate trauma-informed care into their culture and service delivery.
Free NHCLC trainings
The NHCLC offers free HIV trainings on behalf of CDC to health departments, community organizations, and partnering agencies on topics including HIV testing in nonclinical settings, cultural humility, serving transgender populations, motivational interviewing, and social network strategies.
- See a calendar of free NHCLC trainings offered in English and Spanish
- Read descriptions of all NHCLC courses
Request a free NHCLC training
CDC’s directly funded health department and CBO partners may request delivery of a CDC-supported training by submitting a request in the CBA Tracking System (CTS).
If your organization is not directly funded by CDC, contact your local health department for assistance in submitting a training request through the CBA Tracking System (CTS).