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Our History

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  • 2014:

    Outreach Rapid Testing Events focusing on the Part D (Women and Youth) population

  • September 2012:

    Part D Clinic started; Additional services provided to Women and Youth.  Addition of Nurse Practitioner for women's specific health issues, Women's Support Group, Mental Health Therapist

  • 2012:

    Applied for Part C Supplemental Funding and Part D funding for a separate comprehensive women's clinic and women's support group.  Received Supplemental Funding for 2012-2013 grant year

  • 2011:

    Added second Psychiatrist and hired an Associate Director

  • 2009:

    Added fourth ID faculty and expanded clinic to a full day

  • 2009:

    In collaboration with the WVUPHC, WVU Student Health Services launched their rapid testing program

  • 2008:

    Received expansion funding 

  • 2007:

    Partnership for Health Funding received. (Prevention for Positives)

  • July 2006:

    Launched Rapid HIV Testing in clinic (Testing partners/contacts of patients)

  • April 2004:

    First Wheeling Satellite Clinic

  • January 2004:

    First WVU Positive Health Clinic occurred

  • October 2003:

    Part C Early Intervention Services (EIS) grant awarded

  • 2003:

    Consumer Advisory Board Assembled

  • January 2002:

    WVU awarded a 1 year Planning Grant and a 2 year Capacity Building Grant