Community Mobilization / National & Regional

By: Latino Commission On Aids  06-Dec-2011

Community Mobilization / National & Regional 

The Commission is dedicated to mobilizing Latino groups and community leaders, building broad based consensus, and advocating at all levels of government. In addition, advocacy training is provided to grassroots organizations throughout the U.S. The Commission accomplishes its advocacy efforts through the following programs:

Community Development Initiatives / Health Policy

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD)

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HIV Prevention and Education

The Commission is strongly committed to ongoing Spanish language health education and strategic media campaigns that educate the general public about HIV treatment and prevention, as well as other health disparities affecting Latino communities. Knowledge of HIV risk and treatment options remains a significant barrier to preventing the spread of the disease among Latinos and helping Latinos with HIV/AIDS to stay healthy.


Capacity Building Assistance

The Commission offers capacity building assistance of local institutions - community organizations, health departments, healthcare providers, churches, and LGBT groups - to provide local disease prevention, healthcare and health education services in Latino communities.Capacity Building Assistance is offered by the following programs.