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Sustainable Partnering Strategies for RWHAP-funded AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) and Community Based Organizations (CBOs)

Event Date: Monday, June 24, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm EDT

Event Type: Webinar / Teleconference

Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), Sustainable Strategies for RWHAP CBOs

The Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) Sustainable Strategies for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Community Organizations program is pleased to offer a webinar that will focus on the strategic considerations and practical implications of partnering as an ASO or CBO. Join this webinar to gain critical information on the logistics, infrastructure, and decision making needed to advance impactful and sustainable partnerships.

The webinar will be led by Kirstin Potterbusch, MPH, immediate past director of HIV and Behavioral Health Integration at the National Council for Behavioral Health, where she led the Minority AIDS Initiative Continuum of Care program. ASO/CBO leaders will present innovative approaches and programming, practical tools, and ways to navigate partnering within the unique ASO/CBO landscape. Be a part of this opportunity and help shape how your organization approaches and maintains partnering in the years to come!

Guest speakers Juliet Fink Yates, Chief Education Officer, Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers, and Dr. Ann Robison, Executive Director, the Montrose Center, will tell how they enhanced their organizations' business models by partnering with other local HIV service organizations.

This webinar is intended for Ryan White providers, and other HIV care, treatment, and prevention service providers. 

About the Program

PCDC’s Sustainable Strategies for RWHAP Community Organizations initiative is a three-year, U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-funded cooperative agreement. The goal of this National Training (T) and Technical Assistance (TA) program is to support ASOs and CBOs in increasing their capacity to improve engagement and retention of PLWH in care by enhancing service models or partnering with service providers within the health care system.  Components of the program include a national needs assessment, multiple self-study modules, learning communities, individualized triage to one-to-one T/TA providers, and other information and resources.

Learn more about the Sustainable Strategies for RWHAP Community Organizations program.

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