Zero Pinellas

Zero Pinellas is a multi-system, multi-sector collaborative working collectively toward a shared goal of at least a 50 percent reduction in new HIV infections in three years. The project partners are: AIDS Healthcare Foundation, The AIDS Institute, BayCare, Empath Health and EPIC, Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County and Metro Wellness and Community Centers. The partnerships exponentially elevate the community‚Äôs response to HIV by unifying their expertise and experience to broaden outreach, treatment and care. The $2.2 million grant funding to implement Zero Pinellas was the result of the Foundation’s first convening effort.

Project Duration: 2018-2021

Read Announcement: On National HIV Testing Day, Leading HIV/AIDS Organizations of Pinellas County Announce their Collaborative Plan to Cut New Infections by Half within 3 Years

Watch: Zero Pinellas Press Conference Kick-off: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3

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