Denver Prevention Training Center
The Denver Prevention Training Center is a program of Denver Public Health, a department of Denver Health, funded to educate health professionals about sexual health, HIV, STD, and patient navigation.
Founded in 1979, it is one of the longest-running grant programs at Denver Health and one of the first training centers funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Annually, the Denver PTC trains around 2,500 providers from diverse organizations across the United States.
Currently, the Denver PTC:
- Provides HIV capacity building services to enhance services across the HIV care continuum
- Provides STD prevention and care training and technical assistance services to improve STD care
- Develops curriculum and provides training for the Colorado Patient Navigation Collaborative
- Coordinates the national STD Clinical Consultation Network for STD management.
- Manages the STD Clinical Toolbox mobile application.
To learn more about our services, areas of expertise, and to see upcoming events; please visit our website.