Updates on the East Bay HIV strategic planning process will be posted to this webpage. The purpose of our East Bay HIV strategic planning process is to develop, share and implement a community-driven “living” East Bay HIV strategic plan that is flexible and responsive to local needs, addresses structural inequities, and used to make real systemic change.
The role of Community Steering Committee is to provide guidance and subject matter expertise for all operational components of the initiative. The EBGTZ Community Steering Committee brings together the East Bay’s most compassionate and motivated community members, which includes leadership representation from people living with HIV, Alameda County and Contra Costa County public health departments, Alameda Health Consortium, community-based organizations, schools, clinics, hospitals, churches, federally-qualified health centers, pharmacies, and research organizations.
EBGTZ steering committee members form the backbone of EBGTZ decision-making processes, serve on panels for community events and meetings, and provide close consultation and direction on program content, design and messaging. The steering committee membership is determined by community recommendations, a commitment to EBGTZ goals and attending bimonthly meetings.
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
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.
East Bay Getting to Zero Organizational Statement of Support To sign-on, please click here to complete the online form. East Bay Getting to Zero (EBGTZ) is an initiative drawing from the region’s most experienced and compassionate community organizations, clinics and public agencies along with people living with HIV and community advocates working together to advance … Continued