Empowering people to manage their own health care
World Health Care Infrastructures (WHCI)
The WHCI Impact
WHCI is a DBA of The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium (TPAC)
TPAC’s mission is to ensure the availability and coordination of comprehensive and integrative health and social services to individuals who experience:
Lack of affordable whole healthcare
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Behavioral Health challenges
Challenges Navigating the System
Meeting the Challenge:
Since 1989 TPAC has proactively met the challenges of ensuring the provision of health and social services to those infected or affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and secured the resources necessary to support those services. In addition to direct health services, we provide local, regional and international (dba World Health Care Infrastructures) leadership training, capacity building, technical assistance, and program coordination to community-based service organizations. TPAC is a leader in certification trainings for:
HIV/HEP C and STI’s counselors and the use of multiple rapid testing diagnostics
Sexual Assault and HIV
Through a participatory strategic planning process TPAC/WHCI employs and follows National Principals and the best public health science. TPAC promotes compassion, commitment, trust, and self-advocacy. TPAC addresses HIV related prevention, care, and supportive services through:
Enhancing the quality of life,
Minimizing the further spread of HIV, Hep C and other STI’s,
Providing financial protection from the costs of ill-health,
Promoting holistic health and well-being,
Affirming the human right to dignity and respect,
Generating active membership within our communities,
Strengthening cultural awareness and support for diversity, and
Encouraging collaboration in prevention and care planning.
TPAC is a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization.
With over 30 years of experience, we provide outreach, planning, and fiscal services across four continents.
Although WHCI is located in Philadelphia, our population served spans from over 30 countries, including Bangladesh, Jamaica, Guatemala, and Honduras.
We work directly with agencies and providers of service in and from affected areas.
Our medical clinic treats over 150 patients every year, predominantly immigrants who are underinsured.
400 international volunteer HIV/AIDS testers and health leaders have graduated from our programs.
90% of our revenues are spent to provide services directly to the targeted populations.
90% of our clients are individuals who identify as African American, Latino, and/or as transgender.
Monday - Saturday 9:00 am -5:00 pm
112 North Broad Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Tel: (215) 988-9970
Fax: (215) 988-9902