Peer Advocates and Trainers in Health (PATH)
Peer Advocates and Trainers in Health (PATH) is a program of Harlem Hospital in New York City and Renaissance Health Care Network in partnership with the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA)
In partnership with medical healthcare institutions, the Peer Advocates and Trainers in Health Program provides services to improve the health, well-being, and quality of life for women to reduce the acquisition and transmission of HIV through testing, screening for sexually transmitted infections, partner services, and relevant prevention interventions. PATH also aims to reduce HIV-related morbidity and mortality through linkage to medical care and essential support services such as behavioral health services, substance abuse treatment services, and housing placement assistance. Funding is made possible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
PATH is funded by the Centers for Disease Control.