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).


The Office of AIDS Administration (OAA) is creating PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) social marketing campaign materials targeting men who have sex with men of color, and Transgender women of color in Alameda County. Target campaign start date: January 1, 2017. In an effort to raise PrEP awareness immediately, OAA is working with local radio stations KBLX and Q102.1 to reach 10,000 listeners through a variety of activities. Enter our contest either on KBLX or Q102.1 to test your knowledge about PrEP and qualify to win prizes. Good luck!



Requests for Proposals (RFP)

CY 2019 – HIV Prevention Services
Full HIV Prevention Services RFP

Bidders Conferences:
Monday, September 17, 2018
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Alameda County Public Health Department
1000 Broadway, Conference Room 310
Oakland, CA 94607

Thursday September 20, 2018
2:00 PM – 4 PM
Health Care Services Agency
500 Davis Street, Room A
San Leandro, CA 94577

RFP Submission Deadline
Responses are due by 2:00 p.m. October 26, 2018 at
Alameda County Public Health Department
Office of HIV Prevention
1000 Broadway, Suite 310
Oakland, CA 94607

Contact Person:
Steven Gibson, Office of HIV Prevention Director
Phone: (510) 268-7644

View archived RFPs

OAA References

  • 2017-2021 Alameda & Contra Costa County Integrated HIV Prevention & Care Plan
    This detailed plan represents Alameda and Contra Costa Counties’ ongoing efforts to address the HIV crisis though integrated prevention and care, with an emphasis on eliminating HIV-related disparities regionally.
  • HIV Report 2018HIV in Alameda County, 2014-2016
    Published March 2018 by the HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit. Includes data on new HIV diagnoses, persons living with HIV, trends, and the HIV care continuum by selected characteristics.
  • HIV in Alameda County, 2013-2015 (Feb. 2017)
    This report, produced by the HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, summarizes data on new HIV diagnoses, people living with HIV, and the continuum of HIV care in Alameda County from 2013-2015.
  • 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.
  • The HIV Edpidemic in Oakland, 2012-2014
    Published August 2016 by the HIV Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit. Includes Oakland data on new diagnoses, persons living with HIV, and trends, by selected characteristics. It also describes Oakland’s progress toward Fast-Track Cities Initiative indicators.
  • Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Standards of Care (June 2016)
    Policies and laws that apply to each service category, including the Oakland Transitional Grant Area.
  • 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.
  • 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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