The HIV/AIDS program provides these services to individuals and agencies of color that provide or are interested in providing HIV education, prevention and care. Some of the areas covered include (but are not limited to) outreach, program design and evaluation, grant management, cultural competence, and grant writing. All are designed to build the infrastructure of agencies of color and to increase the capacity of the community to participate in it's own solutions. These services are provided on both an individual and group basis.
Sistas Informing Sista's about Topics of AIDS
A group - level, gender and culturally relevant intervention, designed to increase condom use among heterosexually active African American women. Five peer-led group sessions are conducted that focus on ethnic and gender pride, HIV knowledge, coping, and skills training around sexual risk reduction behaviors and decision making.
Consumer Issues Committee
This committed is comprised of people living with HIV/AIDS, and those affected by the disease. This committee also ensures that consumer issues are recognized, met and addressed effectively.
Youth Leadership Council
Youth involved in this committee share their opinions on HIV related issues while becoming skilled HIV peer educators, and knowledgeable advocates of HIV policy.
"Focusing on the Highest Quality of Life for African Americans"
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December 1st - World AIDS Day
February 7 - National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
The HIV/AIDS Program collaborates with organizations that have a religious or spiritual base. These organizations have become venues for reaching and educating members of the African American Community not reached through traditional Community Based Organizations.
African American HIV/AIDS Pastor/Ministry Leaders HIV/AIDS State Certification Workshop
Black Church Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS
In 1998, the alarmingly high numbers of HIV infections among African-Americans led U.S. Surgeon General, David Satcher, to declare a National State of Emergency. To respond to the AIDS crisis, the African-American HIV/AIDS Task Force was formed by the Black Health Coalition in November 1998. The Task Force brings together community based organizations (CBOs), churches, businesses, criminal justice, educators, health care providers, social service organizations, fraternities and sororities, AIDS-serving organizations, HIV infected and affected individuals, families, and volunteers. We believe the community must play a leadership role in creating solutions to the challenges it faces.
Summary of the Wisconsin HIV/AIDS Surveillance Annual Review: Incident and Prevalent Cases and Deaths Reported through December 31, 2013
Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Surveillance Annual Review: Cases reported through December 31, 2013
PowerPoint Slides (with annotations): Wisconsin Department of Health Services AIDS/HIV Surveillance Annual Review: Incident and Prevalent Cases and Deaths Reported through December 31, 2013
Interactive Map of County HIV Case Surveillance Data