Center for Engaging Black MSM Across the Continuum of Care (CEBACC)

CEBACC is a national online resource which identifies best practices and effective models for HIV care and treatment across the care continuum for Black MSM ages 13-24 in the U.S. It focuses on increasing organizations’ knowledge of the unique needs of Black MSM and building capacity to improve health outcomes for this key population. CEBACC asserts that health care providers can serve as an effective conduit to engaging and retaining positive Black MSM into HIV care. The program provides training curriculum for health providers through MSM and transgender-focused continuing medical education modules, and produces patient resources for self-advocacy.

In order to increase the capacity, quality, and effectiveness of healthcare providers to screen, diagnose, link, and retain Black MSM in HIV clinical care, CEBACC looks to engage both healthcare providers and patients to serve as an effective conduit to engaging and retaining positive Black MSM into HIV care. Two key initiatives are His Health and Well Versed.

HIS HEALTH

His Health is a united community of advocates and healthcare providers passionately committed to raising the standard of care for Black gay men.

WELL VERSED

Well Versed is a community that bridges the communication gap between patients and providers by connecting Black gay and other MSM and healthcare providers, igniting conversations, and creating an experience where everyone is seen as human.