Updates on the East Bay HIV strategic plan are posted on this webpage. This is a community-driven “living” East Bay HIV strategic plan that is flexible and responsive to local needs, addresses structural inequities, and is used to make systemic change to achieve our vision of an East Bay with zero HIV stigma, zero health disparities, and zero new HIV transmissions.
A community memorial for Wilma Chan will be held on December 8 at 2 pm in Oakland (virtual and in-person). Click here for more info. 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 … Continued
On June 2, 2021, East Bay Getting to Zero was featured in the Bay Area Reporter on the collaborative efforts we’re taking to get to zero new HIV infections. Shoutout to Dr. Demisha Burns from End the Epidemics and WORLD for also being featured! Click here to read the article online or download a PDF of … Continued
In honor of World AIDS Day and the tremendous commitment and hard work of our collaborators, we recognize the organizations who have signed on to support East Bay Getting to Zero’s collective movement towards zero new HIV transmissions.
On October 11, 2019, multiple federal courts have blocked the Department of Homeland Security’s proposed “public charge” rule from going into effect on October 15.
On September 26, 2019, nearly 60 members of the the East Bay linkage and retention gathered to share stories and review updates in evidence-based and innovative practices to improve linkage to and retention in care. With this knowledge and experience, the group voted on strategic priorities for the next 5 years, which will inform the … Continued