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    Alive!Maryland, Building Capacity to Improve Health

    About Alive! Maryland

    The Maryland Department of Health engaged with HealthHIV, a national capacity building organization, to launch Alive! Maryland, the first-ever co​mprehensive capacity building initiative for the infectious disease and primary care workforce in the state of Maryland.  Alive! Maryland stands for Assess, Learn, Integrate, Visualize, Engage — representing each phase of the program.  Alive! Maryland is a motivational call to action to build capacity to improve health in Maryland's HIV, viral hepatitis, STIs, and harm reduction workforce.  This initiative serves Maryland providers with a web-based, self-paced Virtual Training Insititute, many free CEU opportunities, direct training and technical assistance, resource development, an Ending the HIV Epidemic forum and resource library, and more.

    All resources, training offerings, and tools will be housed on a user-friendly and accessible website at AliveMaryland.org.

                 Alive! Maryland Project Model includes HealthHIV Project Team, Advisory Board, and Health Services Research Review Panel

    ​​​About the Alive! Maryland Project Model

    Alive! Maryland is structured to meet the training, technical assistance, and capacity building needs for the state of Maryland's infectious disease and primary care workforce.


    The Alive! Maryland Needs Assessment

    Alive! Maryland, an initiative of the Maryland Department of Health and HealthHIV, is conducting this brief online survey (15 minutes) with individuals who work in the healthcare field in Maryland.  This includes anyone who works in the infectious disease and primary care fields, such as health care providers, behavioral health providers, ​​​​​​​​​​​executive staff, medical staff, administrators, office staff, etc.

    Your vital insight will help inform the design, development, and delivery of competency-based curricula to strengthen the technical capacity of Maryland's infectious disease and primary care workforce.  All training, capacity building offerings, and CEUs will be free of charge to Maryland-based participants.  Thank you for your participation!

    To take the needs assessment, click here.

    Contact Erin Starzyk, HealthHIV, at  erin@healthhiv.org​ or Jenny Acosta, Maryland Department of Health, at jennifer.acosta@maryland.gov, with any questions abouut the Alive! Maryland Workforce Needs Assessment.


    Submit a TA or CBA Request

    Point to Pint Technical Assistance Services
    Alive! Maryland's Point-to-Point Team is here to make technical assistance (TA) and capacity building assistance (CBA) come ALIVE in Maryland.  Point-to-Point is the TA and CBA resource for the state of Maryland's infectious disease and primary care workforce as you continue to protect, promote, and improve the health and well-being of all Marylander's and their families.  

    T​o learn more about the TA and CBA offerings, or to submit a request, visit AliveMaryland.org/ta​.

    Funding Opportunities