OHSU Partnership Project

"The Partnership Project has been open and responsive and provides opportunities for networking and learning about services and challenges in the field of HIV/AIDS"
(statement from Letter of Support for Grant application)

Partnership Project


The HIV Case Management Network is a regional monthly networking and education forum for those working in the HIV/AIDS field. Each month, service providers from a wide array of backgrounds; housing case workers, nurse case managers, mental health therapists, substance abuse counselors, and medical social workers, gather to exchange ideas, share resources, and issues relevant to their work with clients. Presentations vary from a yearly medical update on HIV, medical marijuana, depression and clients, prevention issues to side effect management. The Partnership Project takes a leadership role in planning and organizing these meetings. These meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 8:30-10:30 a.m. This meeting does not meet in August.

The Partnership Project also publishes a monthly newsletter, the "Network News". This newsletter is mailed to 300 professionals statewide. This newsletter is a way of distributing information and facilitating linkages that will assist us in serving our clients more effectively. To view archived editions please go to http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/ph/hiv/services/news.shtml

If you are working in the HIV/AIDS field and interested in attending this meeting or being added to the mailing list for the Newsletter, please contact Partnership Project at 503-230-1202 or email at pproject@ohsu.edu.