MayaTech projects vary in size from large, multi-year contracts, to task orders, to short-term consulting assignments. We have supported projects in diverse subject areas, including substance abuse, mental health, criminal justice, chronic disease, nutrition, physical activity, obesity, viral hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS.
Examples of Current and Previous Work
MayaTech supported the HHS Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy’s (OHAIDP) implementation of the Action Plan for the Prevention, Care, and Treatment of Viral Hepatitis, by engaging Government and non-governmental stakeholders in a range of complementary activities. Our work included supporting the development of the updated 2017-2020 Action Plan.
MayaTech developed the plan for evaluating the Women’s Health Leadership Institute (WHLI) for the Office on Women’s Health.
MayaTech supported the HRSA-CDC Partnerships for Care (P4C) HIV Training, Technical Assistance, and Collaboration Center to support integration of HIV services into primary care delivery in health centers. MayaTech developed the P4C website, and developed the comprehensive document, Integrating HIV Care, Treatment & Prevention Services into Primary Care – A Toolkit for Health Centers.
MayaTech established the Behavioral Health and HIV/AIDS Coordinated Technical Assistance Center for SAMHSA’s 359 Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI)-funded grantees, supporting integrated behavioral health and primary care networks and services.
MayaTech conducts process, implementation, and outcome evaluation activities for Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) for both Howard University and City College of New York’s NIMHD-funded grant programs.
MayaTech served as the evaluator for the Office on Women’s Health National Evaluation of the Coalition for a Healthier Community Initiative, using a participatory approach to design and implement the evaluation.
MayaTech provided evaluation support to the Office of Science Policy, Analysis and Communication (OSPAC) in the evaluation of various National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) grant programs.
For the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office on Smoking and Health (CDC/OSH), MayaTech collects and conducts analyses on discrete, tobacco-related state legislation and regulations.
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