East Bay Getting to Zero
EBGTZ structure diagram

East Bay Getting to Zero’s organizational structure includes a core team (program director and linkage/retention lead, prevention lead, program manager, and youth engagement specialist), an advisory board, a community steering committee, a Youth Catalyst Team, and three collaborative working groups, which collectively support project implementation.

East Bay Getting to Zero is led by the voices of some of the region’s most experienced, knowledgeable, compassionate and motivated community partners, including people living with HIV, people most affected by HIV, and people who conduct HIV-related advocacy and service provision in community-based organizations, schools, and healthcare settings.

Funding for the youth program, steering committee, events, materials and programmatic core team staff is from the Levi Strauss Foundation and Kaiser Community Benefits. Funding for working group activities, capacity building and provider core team staff is from the Bay Area AIDS Education and Training Center (BANCC AETC), Alameda County Public Health Department and Alameda County Health Care Services Agency. The funding and support is very much appreciated and critical for the existence of EBGTZ and movement towards collective goals.

Organizations represented in the broader EBGTZ collaborative include (listed alphabetically): AIDS Healthcare Foundation, AIDS Project of the East Bay, Alameda County Public Health Department, Alameda Health Consortium, Alameda Health System and Highland Hospital, Asian Health Services, BASE: Bay Area State of Emergency addressing the HIV epidemic in the African American community, CAL-PEP: California Prostitutes Education Project, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, City of Oakland Mayor’s Office, Congresswoman Barbara Lee’s Office, Contra Costa Health Services, Get Screened Oakland, HEPPAC: HIV Education and Prevention Project of Alameda County, Kaiser Permanente, La Clínica, LifeLong Medical Care, Oakland LGBTQ Community Center, Oakland Transitional Grant Area Collaborative Community Planning Council , Oakland Unified School District, Roots Community Health Center, Santa Rita Jail, Sutter Health and East Bay Advanced Care, Tri-City Health Center, University of California Berkeley Tang Health Center, University of California San Francisco Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, West Oakland Health Council, and WORLD: Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Diseases.