What is the Community Advisory Board (CAB)?
Thrive Alabama’s CAB is an exciting group that looks to break the stigma related to HIV/AIDS by educating, advocating, promoting, identifying, and assisting in the comprehensive care of community members affected by HIV.
What does the CAB do?
CAB members provide input to Thrive Alabama about the quality of care that patients receive. CAB also seeks to engage and voice the perspectives of people living with HIV, empowering the community at large while destigmatizing HIV.
Who is on the CAB?
Eligibility for membership on CAB is limited to persons residing in the 12 Alabama counties served by Thrive Alabama (Colbert, Cullman, Franklin, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Morgan and Winston). The makeup of CAB’s membership should reflect the ethnic, racial, gender, and sexual orientation diversity of the Agency’s clientele.
How do I get involved?