Materials for Project Partners
Georgia Prevention and Care Council (G-PACC) The Georgia Prevention and Care Council (G-PACC) is comprised of 44 members. An important objective is to foster an integrated planning process that encourages parity, inclusion, and representation among all community members. The Georgia Integrated HIV Prevention and Care Plan supports the vision of NHAS and brings forth an integrated approach to HIV prevention and care services specially designed for the state of Georgia.
HIV Risk Reduction Tool, CDC
Georgia’s Test-Link-Care (TLC) Network model uses community partnerships to organize HIV testing, HIV primary care, and support services throughout the state. The purpose of this network is to find and link newly diagnosed, out of care, and persons who have not been tested for HIV to services within their local community.
Minority AIDS Initiative for Targeted Capacity Expansion (MAI-TCE) Program
The MAI-TCE program was a demonstration project funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The purpose of the MAI-TCE program was to advance the expansion of community-based treatment systems for racial and ethnic persons struggling with substance use and mental disorders.
Resources from the Howard University Telehealth Training Center
- On-The-Go Power Podcast Series. Ongoing series that discusses topics of interest to clinicians in Washington, DC.
- Case Study Bank and eRounds. Archived webinar segments that discuss case studies of patients that providers may encounter in practice in Washington, DC.
- Knowledge Center. Access to over 500 online resources related to telehealth, HIV/AIDS, and cultural and linguistic competence.