Federally Funded Training Centers
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Region III
The training centers listed below receive funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide training to the public health and health care workforces in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia
The Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center provides education and training to the substance use disorder workforce.
Area Health Education Centers recruit and train health care professions workforce committed to underserved and under-represented populations. The centers help bring the resources of academic medicine to address local community health needs.Click on the link above to find an Area Health Education Center in your service area.
The Eastern Pennsylvania-Delaware Geriatric Education Center provides training and educational opportunities to health care professionals, faculty, and students who are currently involved in or interested in improving the health and quality of life of older adults and their caregivers.
The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Training Program provides tuition support for students preparing for leadership careers in health promotion and disease prevention among populations of women, children, adolescents, and their families. The training program also supports the MCH Leadership Skills Development Series for program staff in state and local MCH program, community-based organizations, and federal agencies.
The Mid Atlantic AIDS Education and Training Center (AIDS ETC) provides HIV/AIDS education, resource materials, and technical assistance to health care professionals. The AIDS ETC also assists facilities with program development, policy modification, and expansion of services, long-range planning, and other capacity-building initiatives.
The Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center serves as a focal point for advancing the effective use of telehealth support access to telehealth services in rural and underserved communities..
Primary Care Associations provide training and technical assistance based on statewide and regional needs to help health centers improve programmatic, clinical, and financial performance and operations.Click on the link above to find a primary care association in your state.
Since 1979, the STD/HIV Prevention Training Center at Johns Hopkins, in partnership with the Baltimore City Health Department, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered clinical training to health care providers offering services to individuals infected with or at risk for infection with sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.