Big Cities Health Inventory Released with Case Studies on HIV Prevention Included

On November 18, the Big Cities Health Coalition, an independent initiative of NACCHO, released the Big Cities Health Inventory, an interactive data platform and report that examines data for 26 cities across 34 health indicators. The report also includes case studies highlighting some of the innovative ways cities are addressing CDC’s Winnable Battles, including HIV prevention. Below you can find case studies from Houston and San Francisco that highlight the progress they have made in addressing HIV in their communities.

  • Houston: Houston Hits Home with Youth and HIV/STD Testing
  • San Francisco: Determined to Get to Zero When it Comes to HIV


About Alyssa Kitlas

Alyssa Kitlas serves as a Program Analyst on NACCHO's HIV, STI, and Viral Hepatitis team. Her work includes projects on HIV, STI, and Viral Hepatitis prevention and care. Twitter: @AlyssaKitlas

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