Denver Prevention Training Center
The Denver Prevention Training Center is a program of Denver Public Health,
a department of Denver Health, funded to educate other health professionals about sexual health,
HIV, STD, and patient navigation.
Founded in 1979, it is one of the longest running grant programs at Denver Health.
In the last seven years, its staff has trained 17,500 health professionals from 48 states.
Denver Prevention Training Center Receives $5.25M Capacity Building Assistance Grant for High-Impact HIV Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently awarded the Denver Prevention Training Center, at Denver Public Health and Denver Health,
a five-year, $5.25 million capacity building assistance grant to work with health care organizations and community
health clinics throughout the nation to reduce HIV transmission rates by implementing best practices in HIV/STD screening, testing and treatment.
Founded in 1979, the Denver Prevention Training Center is one of the longest running grant programs at Denver Health. In the last seven years,
its staff has trained 17,500 health professionals from 48 states. Its team will use this new funding to help
health care organizations enhance their HIV prevention efforts with persons living with HIV and those at highest risk of infection. Additional details about this work is in the funding announcement.