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"The report of my death was an exaggeration."

...or... "Don't call it a comeback. I've been here for years."

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In the "Beyond 35" update distributed via email and social media in April, I shared that APEB made the difficult decision to end all medical case management and psychosocial support services funded by the Ryan White Program. Eliminating those services and the associated staff positions allowed the agency to consolidate all remaining services in a central location and reduce lease payment obligations in downtown Oakland by over $250K annually... We moved, but we didn't close!

APEB continues to provide:

  • Rapid, confidential HIV and Hepatitis C education, testing, and linkage-to-care services;
  • Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) navigation;
  • Substance use prevention and sexual health education services for youth ages 13-24;
  • Project Independence and HOPWA housing case management for people living with HIV; and
  • Targeted case management services for clients enrolled in the California AIDS Medi-Cal Waiver program.

All APEB staff and services are now based in East Oakland at City of Refuge UCC located at 8400 Enterprise Way.

While we don't expect many of our downtown clients to drop-in to the new location at 8400 Enterprise Way, our mobile unit will be more visible throughout the community, and our licensed 2-exam room community health clinic will be ready to see patients again this summer. Housing Case Manager Shirley Gainey will also maintain limited office hours for clients at Tassafaronga Village on 85th Avenue.

APEB is positioning itself for the future by exploring options for program sustainability beyond our 35th Anniversary. In the coming months, we will introduce you to our Management Team and Board of Directors. Stayed tuned for an end-of-summer Open House at City of Refuge and an end-of-

Upcoming Events 

   July 20:23rd Ave and East 12th St Oakland, Ca                                   July 27: Walgreens 8102 International Blvd. Oakland, Ca                       August 5: SO Oakland Festival Oakland, Ca                                  August 10: 5th st. & Webster St. Oakland, Ca                              August 11: 1010 91st Ave, Oakland , Ca                                            August 17: East Oakland Community Project                                            7515 International Blvd, Oakland, Ca                                                           August 24: 10320 International Blvd, Oakland, Ca

 Executive Director Minister Robert Newells

Executive Director Minister Robert Newells

 8400 Enterprise Way Oakland, Ca 94621

8400 Enterprise Way Oakland, Ca 94621

 
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                          Our Mission

APEB’s mission is to prevent new HIV infections and to support individuals living with the virus through programs prioritizing some of the most vulnerable and marginalized individuals. The corporation seeks to provide culturally sensitive, non-judgmental, and effective services to all persons and communities in Alameda County living with and at risk for HIV infection.

As a community based organization dedicated to prevent the spread of HIV, we offer a variety of services including a drop-in clinic for trans youth and a wellness center for people without insurance.

 

 
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   The Wellness Center

 

The Wellness Center provides is a community primary care clinic. APEB Wellness Center provides: Primary Health Care, Acute Care, Physicals, Vaccines and a variety of HIV related Lab work.

Since 2001 the APEB Wellness Center has been providing high quality, state of the art, conscientious care to support the health of our clients in mind, body and spirit. At two convenient locations APEB Wellness Center provides: Primary Health Care, Acute Care, Physicals, Vaccines and a variety of HIV related Lab work.

Our Programs

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PREVENTION SERVICES:

  • Youth Programming 
  • HIV & Hepatitis C Testing
  • STI Screening 
  • PrEP/PEP Navigation

CARE SERVICES:

  • Medical Case Management
  • Housing Case Management
  • Transgender Health Services

 

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Our Team 

Executive Leadership

Rob Newells
Executive Director
RNewells@apeb.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff

Camryn Crump
Social Media Outreach Coordinator
CCrump@apeb.org

Charles Washington
Sr. Case Manager
CWashington@apeb.org

Cory Moreland
HealthLink Navigator
SMoreland@apeb.org

Ericka Kimble
Housing Specialist
EKimble@apeb.org

George Jackson
Biomedical HIV Prevention Program Coordinator
GJackson@apeb.org

Management Team 

Andrew Wilson
Grants Management Specialist
AWilson@apeb.org

David Hillary
Care Services Department Manager
DHillary@apeb.org

Kelli McHugh
Medical Office Manager
KMcHugh@apeb.org

Nigel T. Weatherspoon, MBA
Prevention Services Department Manager
NWeatherspoon@apeb.org

Pearlin Grannum
Administrative Coordinator
PGrannum@apeb.org

 

Shirley Gainey
Housing Coordinator
SGainey@apeb.org

Terrance Walker                              Youthlink Coordinator   TWalker@apeb.org

Board of Directors

Camille Harvey
City of Oakland

Jill Bates Moore
Dahlia Law Group LLC

Kofi Johnson
Alameda Alliance for Health

Maurice Jamal
Artist/Activist