New Care and Wellbeing Center Resource Guide


In response to the growing need of HIV and Aging services, we are excited to launch our Care and Wellbeing Center resource guide! Click below to access our learning collaborative recordings, implementation tools, and community advisory board recommendations on how to improve HIV and Aging services.
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Training & Health Equity (THE) Collaborative provides capacity building, technical assistance, and training to healthcare organizations in the West region. Housed within the UCSF Department of Family & Community Medicine, our programs include the Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center, Alameda County Care Connect, and now Gilead Sciences’ Age Positively program. Learn more about our programs, services, and mission to increase equitable and accessible healthcare.
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Care and Well Being Center

Care and Wellbeing Center's initiative aims to support programs focused on improving the quality of life and health for those who are aging. Learn More
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Pacific Aids Education & Training Center

Pacific AETC is a member of a national AIDS Education & Training Center network of eight regional and two national centers, covering all 50 states as well as US Territories and Jurisdictions. Learn More
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Training Development Unit

The Training Development Unit (TDU) is a capacity building program for the ​California Advancing and​ Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) initiatives in Alameda County and Los Angeles County. Funded through Managed Care Plans Alameda Alliance for Health and Anthem Blue Cross, our goal is to create training opportunities for Enhanced Care Management and Community Supports providers to strengthen and support person-centered care management services aimed towards the highest-need Medi-Cal enrollees. Learn More

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Care and Wellbeing Center Learning Collaborative – Building Peer Programs: Culture, Belonging, and Boundaries

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Virtual Training Session scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific Time.  Registration is required here: tinyurl.com/PeerCulture2024 Peer programming is an especially effective strategy to serve people aging with HIV. Peers provide a special mental and emotional connection to the work and have first-hand experience with the people they serve. How do we build, sustain, and grow successful peer support programs? What are some organizational policies and practices we can implement to value lived experience in the hiring and training process? Join this virtual learning collaborative to learn the answers and more!

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