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In 1995, Mitchell Cohen, Ph.D. founded PCH in response to program and infrastructure challenges facing AIDS service organizations. Initially begun in 1995 as an incubator organization under the Fund for the City of New York, in 1996 PCH obtained its own 501(c)(3) non-profit status. Under the guidance of a national multicultural Board led by Mr. Samuel Hoi, PCH has expanded its full-time staff and continues to use a core of expert consultants.

In the past four years, PCH has built a successful track record serving a diverse group of organizations with myriad needs. Projects have included:

  • Conducting comprehensive program evaluation and needs assessments including: epidemiological reviews, consumer surveys and focus groups, provider surveys, and secondary analysis of information for several community based HIV/AIDS Coalitions and Consortia funded under Ryan White Care Act;
  • Designing and delivering management and program process and outcome measurement tools;

  • Conducting surveys and focus groups to determine quality-of-life issues among people living with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers and to measure client and consumer satisfaction with health and human service programs;
  • Writing award-winning responses to RFPs for community-based organizations (CBOs) that resulted in over millions of dollars in new services;
  • Installing and supporting computer workstations and networks that improve administrative and programmatic management information systems (MIS).

The Partnership for Community Health has worked with over 20 local, national, and international community-based organization. Clients range from small community-based organizations to State Departments of Health and international organizations.

 

 

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