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Free Training on AIDS State of Emergency

Free Training on AIDS State of Emergency

 

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Dr. Muntu Davis, Director of Public Health for Alameda County Public Health Department, will lead a free training on case management and the AIDS State of Emergency, 9 a.m. to noon, Friday, Feb. 15, at Cal-Pep, 2811 Adeline St. in Oakland.
The goal of the training series is to engage community members to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in increased risk communities of Alameda County. Dr. Davis will help attendees identify realistic measures to gauge how well agencies are delivering services.
For more information or to register call (510) 575-8245 or Cal Pep: (510) 874-7850.


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