Count and Be Counted...

Does your organization offer services for HIV, STDs, viral hepatitis or TB?  

If you answered "yes" join the CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN).  NPIN provides accurate, timely  and relevant information to  CDC stakeholders at the national, regional, state, and local levels. The information NPIN collects is used to update the NPIN and Get Tested websites. The NPIN website is designed to be a rich resource for capacity building and to provide users with locations for HIV, STD, and hepatitis testing and STD & HIV vaccine locations around the United States.

Register your organization by selecting the button below!

  • You will have tools at your fingertips to offer persons at risk with effective programs and interventions for HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted disease (STD) and tuberculosis (TB).
  • You will receive timely updates about funding opportunities and training.
  • Your costs for material and content development can be reduced by using or re-purposing existing resources vetted by the CDC.
  • Your contact information on NPIN and GetTested will be accurate.
  • Your organization will receive accurate and reliable data from others in the field.

If you have any  questions about adding or updating your organization to the NPIN database contact: 
PROCEED, Inc. - NCTSTA | Phone: 908-351-7727  | Email Us | Website 

About CBA Solutions for Infrastructure and Health Transformation

CBA Solutions for Infrastructure and Health Transformation (CSI-HT) is a program of PROCEED Inc. 's National Center for Training, Support and Technical Assistance. Funding for CSI-HT is provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under FOA- PS14-1403.


Contacting CBA Solutions
To request CBA through the CDC web-based CBA Request Information System (CRIS), organizations must enter an access code or contact their Project Officer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or Department of Health Monitoring Officer. For all other capacity building services or assistance accessing CRIS, contact PROCEED, Inc. at
908-351-7727 or email us at

CDC's Training Events Calendar
For the latest information on upcoming trainings sponsored by CDC,
please visit their Training Events Calendar.