Our Expertise and Approach

Incorporating evidence-based best practices and current research, CAI takes a holistic, systems approach to facilitate the rapid implementation of High-Impact HIV Prevention (HIP) for target populations. This four-leveled approach developed by CAI utilizes a variety of learning methods and is designed to meet each Healthcare Organization's unique needs through practical skill-building services such as:

ONLINE RESOURCES which focus on increasing staff knowledge and promoting best practices through comprehensive guides, info briefs, videos and practical assessment tools.
CUSTOMIZED TRAININGS which support the usage of online resources through individualized and group trainings, in-person skills development and remote learning communities.
ASSESSMENTS AND EVALUTIONS which combine tailored on-site and remote technical assistance in high-need jurisdictions to support long-term impact and HIP sustainability.
LEARNING COLLABORATIVES which promotes collective impact and supports systems improvement and the delivery of HIP.

For 35 years, CAI has provided expert training and technical assistance services to healthcare organizations and clinical settings nationwide, focused on increasing early detection, linkage to and retention in care, and treatment for those living with HIV. Using evidence-based practices and the principles of Adult Learning Theory, CAI delivers CBA services through online resources, in-person trainings, learning collaboratives and specialized Technical Assistance (TA) offerings in the following areas:

PREVENTION WITH HIV POSITIVE PERSONS: CAI offers CBA to help improve delivery of HIV care, treatment, and prevention services for individuals testing HIV-positive, with an emphasis on retention, adherence, reengagement and viral suppression.

PREVENTION WITH HIGH-RISK NEGATIVE PERSONS: Working directly with HCOs, CAI helps organizations identify and develop strategies for working with high-risk negative individuals, discordant couples, support the implementation of behavioral, structural, and/or biomedical interventions, including PrEP, nPEP, and Partnership for Health: Safer Sex.