Creating an environment where health equity exists for all.

Promoting Equity. Building Capacity. Prioritizing People.

National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on March 20 focuses on the impact of HIV/AIDs on American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian people.

LGBT Health Awareness Week from March 21 to March 25 is followed by International Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31 on which we celebrate transgender and non-binary people and look at what we must do to build a society that enables the flourishing of all transgender people.

How can CAPTC help you? 

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Capacity Building Assistance

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STI Clinical Training

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Family Planning

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Disease Intervention 

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Communications & Evaluation

The CAPTC Difference

We believe in the power of human-to-human connection. For providers, we create learning environments in which they feel safe to learn, reflect, and explore themselves. In turn, these providers have a bigger tool belt so they can offer welcoming, inclusive spaces to their clients to receive care. We are more than trainers, we promote an ethic of compassion, empathy, humility, and inclusivity in healthcare.