USCHA

The 2020 United States Conference on HIV/AIDS (USCHA) (formally known as USCA) will be October 19-21 and it’s virtual and FREE!

USCHA will have five plenaries, 60 workshops, 14 institutes, and a Virtual Exhibit Hall. Workshops and plenaries will be online after the meeting for everyone to view and will be available up to one year. 

The 2020 virtual USCHA will be free for the first 4,000 community/non-profit registrants.   This amazing gift is from the sponsors who are underwriting the meeting.  During these tough economic times, it feels tone deaf to ask community to pay fees when so many are unemployed.  HIV organizations, like all nonprofits, are hurting.   Like so many nonprofits, NMAC is also hurting.  However, right now, it’s about keeping our family educated on the latest issues impacting our work.

You can register now online for the USCHA virtual conference!

USCHA: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/c201b475/WtxiAfi36hGrTTsih3soMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fuscha.life%2F

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About Us

The purpose of the Council is to ensure the development of a client-centered, comprehensive continuum of care for persons living with HIV disease (PLWH) throughout the TGA. In doing so, the Council provides effective planning for the TGA and promotes development of HIV/AIDS health services, personnel, and facilities that meet identified health and support service needs in a cost-effective manner, reduce inefficiencies, and address the needs of uninsured, underinsured, and low-income HIV infected individuals.

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