Office of AIDS Administration


Office of AIDS Adminstration

The OAA's mission is: to reduce the rates of new HIV infections; increase the number of county residents who know their HIV status earlier through HIV testing; and linking individuals who are positive into care.

As advocates for those living with, affected by or at risk for HIV, the Office of AIDS Administration (OAA) provides leadership, resources, and guidance in collaboration with community members and organizations to coordinate Alameda County Public Health Department's delivery of HIV/AIDS health services throughout the 17 cities which make up Alameda County. (Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Castro Valley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Lorenzo, San Leandro, Sunol, and Union City).



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OAA References

  • HIV in Alameda County, 2012-2014
    Published July 2016 by the HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit. Includes data on new diagnoses, persons living with HIV, trends, and the HIV care continuum by selected characteristics.
  • 2015 HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment for People Living with HIV/AIDS in the Oakland TGA: This Needs Assessment, completed by Facente Consulting, involved an extensive community effort over several months.  Community input was obtain in a variety of ways to assess the following target areas: Impact of ACA for those who are HIV+ and the needs and issues of those co-infected with HIV and HCV.  The Assessment was used during the Priority Setting and Allocations process for FY2016.
  • 2012-2014 Oakland TGA Comprehensive HIV Services Plan: This wide-ranging roadmap is designed to help guide the work of the Collaborative Community Planning Council through February 28, 2015.
  • 2014-2016 Alameda County HIV Prevention Plan: This plan has been designed so anyone interested in HIV prevention can easily understand the current needs and trends for Alameda County, along with what is needed to help reduce the spread of HIV in the future.
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