Faith-Based Coalitions and Collaborative Partnerships
• Interfaith Health Platform (IHP)
offers access to best practices and resources developed by faith groups.
• DC Community Partnership Council (CPC) contributes directly to providing guidance to DC Center for AIDS Research (DC CFAR), DC CFAR leadership, participating in pilot award application reviews, and ensuring representation to provide community perspectives.
• National CFAR CAB Coalition (N3C) represents the Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR) Community Action/Advisory Boards (CABs) as a national group of key stakeholders in HIV research and provides a resource for community engagement and involvement in national CFAR initiatives.
• Harm Reduction at Westminster DC
seeks to implement Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) education and training.
• Presbyterian HIV Network (PHIVN) welcomes those advocating for PLWH and their families. The PHIVN falls under the Presbyterian Health, Education, and Welfare Association (PHEWA) - Presbyterian Church (USA)
• National Faith HIV AIDS Awareness Day Faith plays a major role in the lives of many Americans. Many find the faith to be a connection to a spiritual being, deity, or creator. Unfortunately for many Americans living with HIV, faith communities can turn from a place of refuge to a source of stigma and turmoil.
• U.S. HIV AIDS Faith Coalition
People of faith, faith leaders, and people working in the HIV and AIDS response gather for a one-day faith pre-conference in advance of the U.S. Conference on HIV AIDS (USCHA) to discuss and develop strategies to strengthen the capacity of houses of worship and faith-based organizations who are engaged, or wish to engage, in efforts to end the HIV epidemic.
PHOTO:Cedric Pulliam, Khadijah Abdullah, George Kerr III, Dr. Ulyccecc Burley III