Christina Del Vecchio
I work under many different grants here at CHCACT. These include Ryan White, which focuses on HIV/AIDS care and treatment, and 330, which encompasses Behavioral Health, Healthcare for the Homeless, and the Clinical Quality Committee. I also work under the Gilead/FOCUS grant, whose goal is to provide universal HIV and Hepatitis C testing to patients at our health centers and link patients who test positive to care.
In addition, I work on the new Project ECHO grant. Project ECHO was developed by the University of New Mexico to help bring specialist knowledge and expertise to primary care providers through video-conferencing meetings that include didactic presentations and case presentations.
Some of my responsibilities involve gathering data reports, coordinating meetings and trainings, communicating with and answering questions related to the grants from health centers, and supporting our Director of Clinical Programs.
I am a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University and have a degree in Public Health. I look forward to supporting the mission of CHCACT and supporting our health centers across the state.