OUR MISSION

To bring the most relevant and timely evidence to bear on HIV/AIDS policy making in order to further California's efforts to develop and maintain efficient, cost-effective, and accessible programs and services to people with or at risk for HIV/AIDS

OUR CENTERS

Two Collaborative HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, funded by the California HIV/AIDS Research Program, that support research and policy analysis that addresses critical issues related to HIV/AIDS care and prevention in California.

138,879

HIV Infected (estimated)

126,241

Diagnosed

89,383

In HIV Care

67,963

Retained in HIV Care