The Region V Infertility Project ( RVIPP) is funded through an interagency agreement between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC) and the Office of Population Affairs (OPA). The RVIPP aims to reduce the prevalence of chlamydia and gonorrhea infection in Public Health Service Region V, which includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. The project is designed to create and sustain an infrastructure that fosters a working relationship between STD and family planning programs and public health laboratories.
Our purpose is to ensure that all levels of personnel working in Title X service projects in PHS Region V ( Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin) have the skills, knowledge and abilities necessary for the effective and efficient delivery of high quality family planning services. The training and technical assistance provided through this project will focus on job-specific skill development for personnel working in Title X funded programs with an outcome of promoting and improving the delivery of the family planning services.
The HCET adolescent projects help increase the capacity of community based organizations, state agencies, health care professionals, teachers, parents, individuals, and other stakeholders in Region V to provide evidence based adolescent sexuality and health education programs and activites.
The Wisconsin Project provides training, continuing education, and technical assistance for publicly funded family planning and reproductive health providers located in Wisconsin. The Project is supported by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services Women's Health-Family Planning/Reproductive Health Program.
The STD Prevention Project provides training, continuing education, and technical assistance resources for publicly funded STD service providers located in Wisconsin. The Project is supported by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services STD Control Section.