Patrick Piper

Capacity Building Assistance Trainer and Technical Assistance Specialist, California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC)

Mr. Piper has over 20 years in research, implementation, and evaluation of science-based HIV prevention interventions. He began his work in the field of HIV at Denver Public Health Department as a Program Coordinator of an evidence-based intervention called Community PROMISE. He has worked with very high-risk populations including men who sleep with men but do not identify as gay, injection drug users, sex workers, and high-risk youth. He also has extensive experience in HIV testing and counseling, as well as case management, and received his CAC-II certification in addictions counseling. His work has been published in several journals and has been highlighted at numerous national and international conferences.


Areas of interest:

  • Promoting health equity
  • Reducing health disparities
  • Universal health care