For over 25 years, Center for Community Practice (CCP, formerly Center for Health and Behavioral Training or CHBT) has been serving the community through our mission—bridging science and practice through training and capacity building to advance STD/HIV prevention and community health. We have grown from serving the Rochester region, to serving the state of New York, and then to states across the country.
Our goal, and our only agenda, is to enhance the knowledge, skills and practice of health care and public health workforce so that they can help create healthy communities all around us. Through the services we provide, we arm the workforce faced with HIV, other STDs, Viral Hepatitis and other related co-morbidities with the most recent guidelines and research findings, implementation tools and strategies, best practices and peer-to-peer learning.
We’ve conducted training, provided technical consultation, developed curriculums, workshops or tools, and shared best practices and implementation resources in more than 30 states and numerous jurisdictions.
Increasing Knowledge, Skills and Efficacy
Over 95% of our High Impact Prevention (HIP) training participants reported highly satisfied or satisfied with CCP training. ARTAS training received the highest overall satisfaction score, 4.77 out of 5, according to a CDC evaluation report (2017).