The California Partnership for Access to Treatment (CPAT) is a diverse network of advocacy organizations, community groups, health care providers and employers, committed to ensuring a healthy and productive California.
CPAT serves as a communications, education and resource network to keep its partners and the communities they serve informed about critical issues involving access to treatment in California.
Asian Pacific Islander AIDS Intervention Team (APAIT)
Mission APAIT positively affects the quality of life for Asian and Pacific Islanders living with or at-risk for HIV/AIDS by providing a continuum of prevention, health and social services, community leadership and advocacy to the Southern California region.
APAIT is one of the nation's largest providers of HIV/AIDS prevention and care services for the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities. Based in Southern California, APAIT has been providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services to API's since 1987. APAIT delivers these services through a very dedicated, compassionate and talented group of individuals.
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"By joining CPAT, PDASD can educate, counsel and refer patients to medical professionals, increase awareness of the disease & encourage advocacy & funding for research, a cure." - Kathleen Wescott, Director of Programs and Services, Parkinson’s Disease Association of San Diego
September 17: CPAT Luncheon: Diabetes in California: Observations from the Diabetes Atlas
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