PCDC's Impact: HIV

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Since its launch, PCDC has played a central role in advancing HIV/AIDS services, support, and advocacy. At the height of the epidemic we were among the first to finance small organizations — many of which later became federally qualified health centers, also through PCDC’s support.

Today, our multifaceted offerings lend to helping organizations achieve an overall commitment: ending the HIV epidemic. In addition to capital investment and technical assistance projects nationwide, our specialized work includes free capacity building (funded by the CDC) and trainings for ASOs/CBOs most in need of HIV-related help (funded by HRSA).

These and other PCDC initiatives continue a legacy of lasting change, particularly in underserved and underinvested communities.

Free HIV Capacity Building

RWHAP Sustainable Strategies

Integrating PrEP into Primary Care

Categories: Technical Assistance
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In 2010, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy outlined a comprehensive plan to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic. One of the tools included to halt the spread of the virus to uninfected persons was pre-exposure prophylaxis, known commonly as PrEP. PrEP is a once-a-day regimen, currently consisting of the drug Truvada, to help HIV-negative adults at substantial risk …

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Apicha Receives PCDC Financing to Renovate Health Center

Categories: Investment, Press Release
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New York, N.Y. – The Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) and Apicha Community Health Center (Apicha) announced that they have closed on financing to support the renovation of Apicha’s Downtown Manhattan health center. The project, valued at $2.2 million, will expand clinical services and improve patients’ access to affordable medications. Apicha is a federally qualified …

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