Please join us for our East Bay World AIDS Day commemoration event on Friday, December 3rd from 12-1:30pm. More details to follow.
East Bay Getting to Zero presents: Surviving 2020: Honoring our Resistance & Resilience on World AIDS Day Please join us on Friday, December 4th from 12-1:30 p.m. for a World AIDS Day commemoration event co-hosted by Oakland LGBTQ Center, RYSE Youth Center, WORLD and AHF. This year’s event will center youth voices and will include … Continued
Register here This workshop is hosted by East Bay Getting to Zero in collaboration with the Alameda County Department of Public Health and Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center – Bay Area. It will be the third virtual strategic planning meeting where we will continue to write up activities and outcomes/deliverables we want to work … Continued
Registration is now open for our next strategic planning meeting to be held on Friday, October 23rd, 2020, 10am-11:30am via Zoom. Please go ahead and register HERE. The zoom link will be sent to you upon registration. Problems registering? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. This workshop is hosted by East Bay Getting to Zero in collaboration with the Alameda County Department of … Continued
PrEP Stakeholder Meeting: Love in the Time of COVID Friday June 5, 2:00pm-3:30 pm Please join us for our next PrEP Stakeholder Meeting on June 5th, 2-3:30pm held via Zoom. We will be discussing adapting our work during these unusual times, and how these changes will continue to inform our work post COVID. This meeting … Continued
Postponed – Asian Health Services Presents: “T4P! Centering the Gender-Expansive Community in PrEP and PEP Care.”
Update (3/5/20): this event has been postponed. We will update this webpage when it’s been rescheduled. Thanks for your understanding and patience! Featuring Key Note speaker Corey Bohman, NP, this afternoon symposium will include community panels, strategy-building, networking, and celebration! Space will be prioritized for the gender-expansive community, but allies are welcome and encouraged, … Continued