Adolescent HIV Prevention ECHO

The Alliance is excited to launch a new virtual learning opportunity for primary care providers in SBHCs. The goal of the Adolescent HIV Prevention ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is to reduce Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) acquisition risk for adolescents, particularly those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) or gender non-conforming (GNC).

We invite you to be part of a network of dedicated school health care professionals from across the country who seek to build their knowledge, skills, clinical competency, and policy advocacy around HIV prevention. During this eight-month collaborative, we’ll cover a host of topics and clinical best practices and policies that examine the social determinants of HIV risk, the effects of mental health and substance abuse on risk behavior, and the role of an affirming clinic and school climate.

Note: the deadline to register has been extended to April 5 (5:00pm ET) and eligibility has been expanded to include ALL states. 

To learn more and to apply, please see this flyer and application. For questions please contact Suzanne Mackey, Senior Policy and Program Manager, at or (202) 370-4393.