- HIV/AIDS Program Goals
- HIV/AIDS in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
- Clinical Information
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- Online Training
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- Ryan White Program and IHS
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Links Native CBA Network
The Native CBA Providers’ Network
Information on Capacity Building Assistance available from the Centers for Disease Control.
CBA Focus Areas
- Focus Area 1: Strengthening Organizational Infrastructure for HIV Prevention (NNAAPC)
- Focus Area 2: Strengthening Interventions for HIV Prevention (NNAAPC)
- Focus Area 3: Strengthening Community Access to and Utilization of HIV Prevention Services (CASAE)
- Focus Area 4: Strengthening Community Planning for HIV Prevention (ITCA)
Profile Of Native Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Providers
720 S. Colorado
Blvd, Ste 650 - S
Denver, CO 80246
Phone: (720) 382-2244
Fax: (720) 382-2248
The mission of National Native American AIDS Prevention Center ( NNAAPC) is to address the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians through culturally appropriate advocacy, research, education, and policy development in support of healthy Indigenous people.
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1790
CASAE: Advancing HIV/AIDS Prevention in Native Communities develops and delivers CBA to organizations serving American Indians, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native populations at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS. CASAE primarily utilizes the Community Readiness Model, a theory based and nationally known model for successfully building capacity for community and organizational prevention and intervention efforts. This model was developed at Colorado State University and has been used in Native communities throughout the United States North American and abroad.
2214 North Central Avenue, Suite 100
Phoenix , AZ 85004
The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. was formed in 1952. In 1975 it established the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc. (ITCA) to provide a united voice to promote American Indian self-reliance through public policy development. ITCA Inc., provides an independent capacity to obtain, analyze and disseminate information vital to American Indian community self-development.
* Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).