Philadelphia AIDS Consortium

aka World Health Care Infrastructure   |   Philadelphia, PA   |  www.tpaconline.org

Mission

TPAC’s mission is to create a broad-based community response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic to ensure the availability and coordination of high quality, comprehensive health and social services to individuals who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS or whose behavior puts them at risk.

 

TPAC proactively meets the challenges of ensuring the provision of health and social services to those infected or affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and securing the resources necessary to support those services. 

In addition to direct health services, we provide local, regional and international (dba World Health Care Infrastructures) leadership training, capacity building, technical assistance, and program coordination to community-based HIV/AIDS service organizations in the region. TPAC is a leader in certification training for HIV/AIDS counselors and the use of multiple rapid testing diagnostics.

Ruling year info

1994

Principal Officer

Mr. Yoshiaki Yamasaki

Main address

112 North Broad Street 5th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19102

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EIN

23-2579594

NTEE code info

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (P01)

AIDS (G81)

Management & Technical Assistance (S02)

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TO FACILITATE A BROAD BASED RESPONSE TO THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC BY DOING PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT AND SERVING AS AN INTERMEDIARY BETWEEN FUNDING SOURCES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS

Population(s) Served

Since ACTs program inception in September of 2000,  each year we successfully recruited and organized a team of more than 60 HIV infected  and/or affected members to serve in Tri-State Area of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Southern New Jersey and California.

The Consortium provides a place where members can take charge and be actively involved in the planning, development and coordination of AIDS services. We feel that services provided to persons with HIV/AIDS should be designed from the consumer's point of view. It is our responsibility to ensure that consumers can access the services essential to their basic needs and health.In addition to self-empowerment, when a member serves at least 900 hours in a 12-month period, he/she member receives an educational award which can be used for current educational costs at approved colleges, universities, other postsecondary institutions and school-to-work programs, or to pay back qualified student loans already incurred.

To be eligible for this program, a member must:1. Be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national or a lawful permanent resident alien of the United States;2. Be at least 17 years old (or at least 16 years of age if the member is out of school and a participant in a youth corps for certain disadvantaged individuals); and,3. Have a high school diploma, GED or obtain one while serving.

To apply or obtain more information, please contact:Charlene MooreAdministrative Assistant/ Site SupervisorTel: ext. 306Fax 215-988-9902

Population(s) Served

The main goal of MeHTAP is to continue the successful mission of building an interconnected network of organizations in the Philadelphia region that will ensure an increased access to care services for hard to reach at risk minority communities, particularly African Americans, Latinos and women. In addition, MeHTAP expands program’s focus to mental health service providers by collaborating closely with JFK Mental Health Services Center.

MeHTAP works with non-profit community based organization to provide capacity building activities that improve the ability of the agency to manage, fund and operate effective HIV/AIDS prevention education and care services. 

MeHTAP continues to prepare organizations to implement the Rapid HIV counseling and testing programs, a highly effective programs that provide HIV/AIDS screening, prevention education and referrals to care services. Also , MeHTAP ccertifies Prevention Counselors to perform pre- and post- test counseling and to use rapid test technology. MeHTAP also provides the trainings necessary to effectively serve individuals, recently released from incarceration and individuals with mental health and substance abuse issues.

MeHTAP also provides provides technical assistance in the form group trainings and one-one one sessions to non-profit community based organization agencies and their staff.

For a list of current trainings, please refer to the calendar.

For more information, please contact:

Larry HochendonerSenior Partner/MeHTAP DirectorTel: ext. 309Fax 215-988-9902

Population(s) Served

HIV/AIDS Demonstration Program is a collaborative venture of The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium (TPAC), Turning the TIDE, Christ Community Baptist and Positive Effects faith-based non-profit organization   It was designed and is operating to meet the growing need for prevention education, outreach and prevention counseling and testing for African American and Latinos living in West Philadelphia.

The West Philadelphia Minority Health Collaborative accomplishes the following:

1) Increases the capacity in providing culturally and linguistically appropriate risk reduction services in African American communities; 

2) Provides prevention counseling and rapid testing services to individuals at high risk.

3) Increases the number of prevention counselors and certified labs in west and southwest Philadelphia.

4) Promotes risk reduction in African American and Latino communities by significantly increasing the number of people getting pre and post prevention counseling and rapid testing.

5.) Provides tools for individuals in need to access medical and supportive services

 

Medical Services for People with HIV/AIDS and Immigrants

Dr. Arthur Williams provides medical services including HIV/AIDS to all individuals who are underinsured, uninsured including general medical practice for immigrants.

Population(s) Served

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Awards

PURPOSE PRIZE 2010

CIVIC VENTURES

Financials

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Philadelphia AIDS Consortium

Board of directors
as of 06/02/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

LUCIANO ORSINI

COLDWELL BANKER PREFERRED

YOSHIAKI YAMASAKI

TPAC/WHCI

RAY GARCIA

EXECUTIVE RESEARCH, DOW CHEMICAL CORPORATION

LUCIANO ORSINI

COLDWELL BANKER PREFERRED

ARTHUR WILLIAMS

HAMILTON HEALTH ASSOCIATES

WILLIAM BUTLER

COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

CHRISTINE MARTLY-OCHOLA

CHAIR, KENYA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

LISETTE VARGAS

PROJECT MANAGER MANO A MANO, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, SANTIAGO, CHILE