National Knowledge-based Curriculum Development Center
The National Coalition of STD Directors is a public health membership organization representing STD directors, DIS, program support staff, and community-based partners across 50 states, seven large cities, and eight US territories. NCSD provides training, technical assistance, and other capacity building to over 3,000 members to advance effective STD prevention programs and services across the country.
NATIONAL SKILL-BASED CURRICULUM
National Skill-Based Curriculum Coordination Center
CAPTC/DITC staff have over 70 years of collective working experience in the field of STD/HIV disease intervention services. Staff are bicultural/bilingual Spanish speaking, and each has experience as a front‐line STD/HIV DIS and as DIS supervisors. Staff have successfully worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and in state and local health departments in rural and urban settings servicing LGBTQ, MSM, substance users, people experiencing homelessness or unstable housing and immigrant communities.
New York City
US Virgin Islands
Health New York DITC
Health NY DITC is an organization dedicated to providing standardized national training and decision-making tools to DIS providing partner services in health departments and other related settings. Health NY DITC works closely with CDC to conduct needs assessments, trainings, evaluations, learning collaboratives, and more.
Health Care Education & Training’s mission is to provide comprehensive program development, education, and training to improve reproductive and sexual health outcomes. HCET is an organization of passionate people who are proactive in their belief that access to evidenced-based, medically accurate reproductive and sexual health education, training, and care is a fundamental right.
Denver Public Health DITC
Nationally recognized for its innovative services and programs, the Denver Health DITC has provided culturally responsive STD/HIV prevention and care training and consultation for almost 40 years and has delivered tailored HIV capacity-building services to health departments and their local partners for over 24 years. Integrated within both a local health department (Denver Public Health) and a safety-net healthcare system (Denver Health), the Denver Health DITC capacity building assistance services have their foundation in the day-to-day, real-world delivery of clinical, behavioral, public health, and quality improvement services.
CAPTC/DITC staff have over 70 years of collective working experience in the field of STD/HIV disease intervention services. Staff are bicultural/bilingual Spanish speaking, and each has experience as a front‐line STD/HIV DIS and as DIS supervisors.