Calling all Midwest health departments and community-based organizations for an important discussion

Registration is now open for “Setting the table: Exploring the importance of meaningful involvement.” This institute is for any Midwest-based health department and community-based organization looking to grow their knowledge of meaningful involvement and how it impacts their work. 

This institute will provide participants with: 

  • Region-specific recommendations toward rebuilding community-based trust.
  • Community advocacy recommendations and engagement within leadership and priority populations.
  • Partnership development with sub-recipients, CBOs and community members.

The institute will be held on Oct. 26, comprising several workshops. Please note that all times below are in Central Daylight Time.

  • 12-1 p.m. | Shared HIV Networks (SHiNe) in action: Utilizing data to inform response and engagement efforts
  • 1:30-3 p.m. | ENGAGE: Strengthening and sustaining meaningful health department and community relationships 
  • 1:30-3 p.m. | Nothing about us without (all of) us: Meaningful involvement of people who use drugs 
  • 3:15-4:15 p.m. | Community PROMISE 

Register now by visiting Click here to access the full institute agenda and here for a detailed flier to share with your networks.

Questions? Reach out to our team at We look forward to seeing you there!