Santa Clara County Getting to Zero is a multi-sector collaborative initiative that strives for zero new HIV infections, zero HIV-related deaths, and zero HIV-related stigma and discrimination in Santa Clara County.
Getting to Zero collaborates with community partners to guide county-wide service coordination, implement local guidance and continued program growth. Our program committees include:
We will meet the goals of zero HIV-related stigma, zero new HIV infections, and zero HIV-related deaths while eliminating health disparities in the County of Santa Clara through collaborative and equitable interventions.
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- Academic detailing
- Clinical Health Education (Interactive educational outreach to physicians and health care professionals to provide unbiased, non-commercial, evidence-based information about medications or particular health topics with the goal of improving patient care)
- Clinical trainings or other (training that provides providers and healthcare staff guidance on best clinical practices)
- Technical assistance related to STD/HIV screening, testing, treatment and clinical care practices.
The Governance Team is the governing body of the Getting to Zero program. It comprises of leaders representing a range of community organizations within the County and is responsible for helping set the strategic direction of the initiative and oversee and track program activities and services. The governance team meetings take place once every other month on the fourth Thursday from 11am-12pm for 1-hour via Zoom.
Kelly Chao, PHD
Vice President of Programs
The Health Trust
Nelda David, BSN, RN, MBA
Health Center Manager
Jennifer Kuhach, BS, MS
Director of HIV/AIDS Services
The Health Trust
School Health Clinics
Ryan White Commission
Andrea Nolasco, BSN
Assistant Nurse Manager
Lori Osorio, MPH
Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center
Soma Sen,PhD, MSW, MS
San Jose State University