Access Regional Technical Assistance through the CBA Tracking System (CTS)

An important part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) support provided to the HIV prevention workforce is capacity building assistance (CBA), which includes free training and technical assistance (TA) for staff working in health departments, community-based organizations (CBOs), and clinics in communities most impacted by HIV.

In order to provide more personalized support and facilitate long-term working relationships at the local level, the Capacity Building Assistance Provider Network (CPN) offers tailored regional TA to meet HIV prevention workforce capacity building needs. The primary focus of regional TA is to help address challenges to effectively plan, integrate, implement, and sustain HIV prevention programs and services within a jurisdiction.

To increase knowledge, skills, and competencies for CDC-supported HIV prevention interventions and strategies, regional TA services include:

  • Mentoring
  • Consultation
  • Demonstration
  • Skills building
  • Information
  • Resource development and sharing
  • Peer-to-peer learning opportunities

CDC directly-funded health departments, CBOs, or clinics can request TA using the CBA Tracking System or CTS. Current login IDs and passwords can be used to access the system. Once in CTS, there are a few fields to complete and you will be on your way to FREE, customized services from a regional TA provider in your region of the country!

Organizations not directly funded by CDC should ask their state health department to submit their request by going to CBA Tracking System – User List.

Simply click on your state to locate the contact person in the health department who can submit a request on your behalf.

Learn more about all CBA services on the CDC website today!

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