Please join us for our East Bay World AIDS Day commemoration event on Friday, December 3rd from 12-1pm. 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 email@example.com. This workshop is hosted by East Bay Getting to Zero in collaboration with the Alameda County Department of … Continued
*EBGTZ Linkage and retention workshop on housing and street outreach during the COVID-19 outbreak (Zoom)
Thursday, April 30th, 9:30 am – 12 noon: Please click here to register. This event will be held via Zoom video and phone conferencing with lots of fun interactive elements. A link with the video link and call-in information will be sent to people who register…so please click here and register now if you haven’t … Continued
*EBGTZ World AIDS Day event: Empowering Youth to Get to Zero! and Alameda County HIV Awards Ceremony
Please CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! For the December EBGTZ linkage and retention working group meeting, we will have a special event to recognize World AIDS Day and the importance of empowering youth in getting to zero new HIV transmissions. We aim to create a space where youth, service providers, public health and community advocates can … Continued