This is the third event in a four-part community networking series for Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) in Maryland. This event was created for providers and consumers of Maryland and the surrounding areas but is open to anyone interested in attending.
At the end of each event, participants will have the opportunity to win a prize!
The goal of 3-PEAT is to provide a platform for providers and consumers to share much needed resources and information on essential services and programs that will aid in Maryland’s effort to end the HIV epidemic by 2030. This event is brought to you by the Black Treatment Advocates Network (BTAN) Maryland, University of Maryland Dental PLUS, the University of Maryland School of Medicine Institute of Human Virology, and the MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center (MidAtlantic AETC).
Topics of this event in the series
April 21, 2021 11:45am-2:00pm ET - Determinants of Health that Increase Adverse Health Outcomes for Vulnerable Populations
Learn about local EHE efforts in jurisdictions around Maryland
Provide culturally appropriate prevention and treatment resources focused specifically on populations hardest impacted by HIV including African Americans, LGBTQIA+ persons, persons with substance abuse behaviors, youth, and others.
Present different models of services to keep clients engaged in HIV and prevention care.
Address the competing needs of persons vulnerable to and affected by HIV that lead to adverse health outcomes including housing, food security, education, employment, financial literacy, intimate partner violence, and other needs.
AIDS service and other community-based organizations, local and state health departments, Federally-qualified health centers, Ryan White providers, Consumers, Stakeholder and HIV-planning groups, and Advocacy groups
For more information, please contact us at maaetc@Pitt.edu. Thank you!
A variety of the listed populations will be discussed at this event.
Children (ages 0 to 12)
Adolescents (ages 13 to 17)
Young Adults (ages 18 to 24)
Black or African American
Hispanic or Latino
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or other gender