The Sexually Transmitted Diseases Control Branch (STDCB) provides statewide STD consultation, surveillance, educational, screening, and mobile clinic programs aimed at the prevention, treatment, and interruption of sexually transmitted diseases.
The mission of CAPS is to conduct domestic and international research to prevent the acquisition of HIV and to optimize health outcomes among HIV-infected individuals.
Treating Adolescents with HIV: Tools for Building Skills in Cultural Competence, Clinical Care, and Support
This is a series of online training modules for health care providers working with HIV-infected youth.
Draws together in a single, easy-to-use source, a variety of data about the many HIV/AIDS information-related activities of the National Institutes of Health as well as selected Public Health Service materials. This site is designed for health professionals, caregivers, the affected community, and others to learn about AIDS information resources supported by public funds.
CHI is a program of the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, partners with government agencies, foundations, and international organizations to identify and develop information on HIV care, prevention, and policy. CHI develops strategies for reaching those areas and individuals in greatest need of high quality, practical information on HIV/AIDS.
Features comprehensive information on STDs including fact sheets, articles, and other resources.
Features comprehensive HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB resources and information, including a section focusing on youth and specific ethnic groups.
Offers primarily clinical oriented documents related to prevention and treatment. Some documents are specific to youth.
The California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center provides information on educational and programmatic resources and professional education designed to enhance the STD/HIV knowledge and skills of medical, health, and community professionals.
Web-based trainings such as “STD Overview for Non-Clinicians” can be accessed here by clicking on the course title.
HPV Resources for parents, General Public, Health Professionals, Educators and Advocates.