CAI has provided training and technical assistance to reproductive health providers for nearly 4 decades. Our work draws on successful partnerships with researchers, funders, healthcare providers and clients across the country to implement innovative and evidence-based strategies to improve access to sexual and reproductive health services.
CAI is a national leader in this field, and as a state, regional and national capacity building provider for the Office of Population Affairs (OPA); the CDC Divisions of STI/HIV Prevention, Reproductive Health and Adolescent School Health; and the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), we have spearheaded activities to improve access to all FDA-approved contraceptive methods, chlamydia and gonorrhea screening and treatment, HIV testing and treatment, PrEP/PEP, male services, confidential adolescent care, and adoption of systems to promote efficient and effective care delivery.
CAI provides training and technical assistance to health center leaders and their workforce (i.e., frontline staff, educators, clinicians, administrators, etc.) in various reproductive health contexts, including health department, FQHC, primary care, pediatric, Ob/GYN and Title X provider settings.
Sexual and Reproductive Health training topics include, but are not limited to:
- Contraceptive Counseling and Communication Skills
- Contraceptive Counseling for Clinicians
- Contraceptive Counseling 201
- Pregnancy Options Counseling
- Pregnancy Options Counseling 201
- Why Sexual Health is Good for School Health