High Impact HIV/AIDS Prevention (HIP) is a CDC approach to advance the prevention goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
HIP interventions and strategies are scientifically proven effective, targeted and scalable to achieve maximum impact.
Theses interventions and strategies include biomedical, behavioral and structural interventions as well as public health strategies.
As part of the HIV prevention technology transfer effort, Center for Community Practice (CCP) is funded by the CDC to work with health departments around the country to provide technical assistance and training to disseminate HIP interventions and best practices for implementation in communities.
To request a technical assistance or training, you can visit CDC’s Capacity Building Assistance Request Information System
, or contact us
to see how we can meet your needs.