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SAMPLE GRANT PROPOSAL:  AIDS HIV PREVENTION
The second segment of the meeting is dedicated to in-service training.  Based on issues that
arise in the first segment of staff meetings, administrative staff will arrange for training to be provided by
staff and area organizations. Staff who have received training in the past will train new staff on issues
including: reasons and measures to insure confidentiality, data collection and reporting, oral and written
communication skills, HIV/AIDS medical and psychosocial concerns, STD
transmission/prevention/treatment, planning and facilitating small group sessions. Planned topics to be
conducted by outside agencies include sensitivity in counseling HIV positive clients, promoting
adherence to drug treatment regimens, new techniques in prevention of congenital HIV transmission,
new HIV treatment regimens.  Training will be provided at no cost to the Project.  HAP has a long
history of securing training as an in-kind contribution.  Examples over the past year include
Training
Conducted by
Agency
Hepatitis A, B, C
B.Y.
Alameda Co. Health Dept.
Hepatitis Conference
Various
San Fran. Health Dept.
Tuberculosis Training
D. M.
Alameda Co. Health Dept.
Alcohol and Drug Use
National Council on Drugs and
Alcohol
Stress Management
B. C.
HAP Board of Dir.
HIV Treatment Update
Project Inform
Bridging the Gap Conference
Welfare Reform
M. K.
Alameda Co. Social Services
Orasure
S. B.
Alameda Co. Public Health
Grief and Loss
San Francisco Training Center
Recovery
Ujima House
HIV Testing for High Risk
Individuals
San Francisco Office of AIDS
The following additional training will be provided off-site, also at no cost to the Project. 
Community Health Outreach Worker training and certification:  This is a
10-day training in street outreach and harm reduction education techniques offered by the
Institute for Community Health Outreach Work.  The training is provided under an
agreement with the California State Office of AIDS, and paid for through Ryan White funds
at no cost to the Project.  Outreach workers will typically either have or will receive the
CHOW certification within 90 days of being hired.
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