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RECEIVE CAPACITY BUILDING ASSISTANCE
Training and Capacity Building provides tools and training to Black-serving institutions, organizations, and individuals to help move the 512,000 African Americans living with HIV into viral suppression. Typical users of this service are community-based organizations, AIDS-service organizations and health departments, as well as traditional Black institutions such as faith-based institutions, civic and professional organizations, fraternities and sororities, social organizations, etc.
JOIN THE BLACK TREATMENT ADVOCATES NETWORK
Black Treatment Advocates Network (BTAN) aims to increase patient access to treatment and care, strengthen local leadership and advocate for policy change by building a trained network of Black HIV/AIDS advocates to share knowledge and lead efforts to improve the bridge into quality HIV care and treatment for Black Americans.
APPLY TO THE AFRICAN AMERICAN HIV UNIVERSITY
Aimed at strengthening organizational and individual capacity to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Black Communities, the African American HIV University (AAHU) is a comprehensive training program designed to decrease stigma and misperception and increase the engagement of the Black community in HIV prevention and treatment services. AAHU is composed of two colleges, Science and Treatment College and the Community Mobilization College. Graduates of AAHU are qualified to serve as liaisons between people living with HIV/AIDS and are equipped to enhance local programming in a way that enables Black leaders and communities to fully engage in the fight against HIV/AIDS.