Four-year HIV initiative, Getting to Zero, kicks off in Santa Clara County

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The initiative launch on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at The Health Trust’s Living & Learning Lounge on Race Street brought together key players in Santa Clara County’s fight against HIV/AIDS. The Health Trust, Santa Clara County Public Health Department and other partners were also joined by Supervisor Ken Yeager, whose leadership brought in funding from the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.

Also in attendance were the first round of “mini-grant” recipients, who represent a variety of community-based organizations, public agencies, clinics, schools, and other groups which will support the Getting to Zero campaign by prioritizing four focus areas of the initiative. See the list of first-round grantees here.

We are excited to see what kind of progress we can make, together, in the first year of this initiative!