We are working together to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). Please see this webpage for timely updates on the COVID response and services in the East Bay as well as guidance and resources for people living with HIV and HIV providers. It is important that we combat stigma and misinformation, protect each other and stay safely connected as a community during this global pandemic.
Updates on the East Bay HIV strategic plan will be posted to this webpage. On Friday, September 11, 2020, 76 people from 23 organizations joined us for our first workshop on the 5-year East Bay HIV strategic plan. We are so grateful for your commitment to HIV services and advocacy during this time of multiple … Continued
[En español abajo] Black Lives Matter. Yesterday, today and tomorrow. East Bay Getting to Zero stands with our communities, our grassroots leaders and organizers in opposition to police violence against Black and Brown people. We condemn all forms of police brutality, anti-Blackness, white supremacy and racial injustice. We stand with the families of George Floyd, … Continued
East Bay Getting to Zero welcomes Yamini Oseguera-Bhatnagar (she/her) as our new program manager! We are so excited for Yamini to join us and bring her creativity, people-first vision and help lead us in the next stage of our evolution. Here is a message from Yamini: An Open Letter to the East Bay Getting to … Continued
On December 17, 2019, we were honored to receive an award from the Alameda County Board of Supervisors congratulating and commending “East Bay Getting to Zero for launching an important community-driven initiative and working toward a vision of zero new HIV transmissions in the East Bay through the promotion of equitable access to HIV testing, … Continued
On December 10, 2019, we held our first EBGTZ World AIDS Day event, focused on empowering youth to get to zero. 151 people joined us to listen to an amazing array of speakers and panelists, and learn about the intersection of HIV, human rights and youth access to care. Around half of the participants were … Continued