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    AHP Seeks Provider Training & Education Manager

    JOB OVERVIEW Under the direction of Alliance Health Project (AHP) Director, the Provider Training and Education Manager (PTE Manager) oversees program planning and development, curriculum development, participant recruitment and registration, course implementation, staffing, evaluation and quality assurance, and contractual relationships necessary to fulfill AHP’s provider …

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    AHP Seeks Program Assistant

    JOB OVERVIEW Under the supervision of the Provider Training and Education (PTE) Manager, the PTE Program Assistant III has primary responsibility for the day-to-day administrative functioning of the PTE program, including overseeing the work of other administrative personnel or temporary personnel, if funding allows. The …

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  • Volunteer John Johsnon LGBTQ HIV

    Volunteer Spotlight: John Johnson

    “Being an AHP emotional support volunteer helped me stay grounded and kept my mind off of my own precarious—yet unknown at the time—HIV status,” John Johnson said as he narrated a history going back 30 years which eventually led to an HIV diagnosis and a …

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    Support AHP for Mental Health Awareness Month!

    The stigma associated with mental illness is a huge obstacle to people who need help. We can think of no better way to mark Mental Health Awareness Month than to quote NAMI, the National Alliance  on Mental Illness, on the nature of this central barrier …

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    Growing Beyond Disparity: An LGBTQ Mental Health Symposium

    Growing Beyond Disparity: LGBTQ Mental Health Symposium to Report Latest Findings at UCSF Alliance Health Project SAN FRANCISCO —The Alliance Health Project (AHP) will convene “Growing Beyond Disparity,” a statewide day-long LGBTQ mental health symposium, on August 2, 2014 at University of California, San Francisco’s …

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    Six Facts About Depression and Being LGBTQ

    Major depression is one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States, affecting 25 million Americans each year. But you may not have realized that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people are significantly more likely to experience depression than the general population. …

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