We are taking collective action to end the global COVID-19 pandemic. Please see this webpage for updates on the local pandemic response, prevention strategies, vaccines and resources in the East Bay as well as guidance for people living with HIV. It is important that we combat stigma and misinformation, protect each other, learn and adapt as new information emerges, and stay safely connected as a community.
Our Mission & Vision
Our mission is to advance health equity and promote healing for all people impacted by HIV.
Our vision is an East Bay with zero HIV stigma, health disparities, or new HIV transmissions.
East Bay Getting to Zero hosted a community training on Wednesday, November 10th, 2021 in partnership with David Gonzalez and Xavier Davenport. MEET THEM WHERE THEY’RE AT: BEST PRACTICES FOR HIV PREVENTION OUTREACH THROUGH DATING/HOOK-UP APPS Expected learning outcomes for this session were: Determining if hook-up app outreach is right for your organization Building familiarity … Continued
Our community experienced a shocking loss on November 3, 2021 when Alameda County Board of Supervisor Wilma Chan was fatally hit by a car while walking with her dog in Alameda. Supervisor Chan was a trailblazer and champion of health care equity, civil rights, affordable housing and education. As the first Asian American to serve … Continued