The North Coast AIDS Project (NorCAP) is a program of the Public Health - Healthy Communities Division. NorCAP provides HIV education and prevention and client (case management) services.
Education & Prevention
NorCAP’s education and prevention program informs and supports people in preventing HIV and hepatitis C transmission. Specific high-risk populations are targeted for intensive education in group, individual and street outreach settings.
The Education and Prevention Program provides the following:
Information and support for people at risk of contracting HIV and hepatitis C
HIV/AIDS information resource for the North Coast community.
HIV/hepatitis C counseling and testing services during street outreach activities
NorCAP provides case management, counseling, resource referral, and advocacy services for people living with HIV and their families.
Client services also include:
Educational Workshops: NorCAP facilitates educational workshops open to the community. Topics include:
Harm reduction skills
Professional Volunteer Program: Professional volunteers donate their services to low income persons with HIV/AIDS who would otherwise be unable to access them. Professional volunteer services offered include legal, counseling, and massage.