Mission: Health care education and training, inc. (hcet), is a nonprofit agency which provides quality comprehensive program development, education, and training to improve reproductive and sexual health outcomes. Hcet serves professionals, health care systems, and communities in indiana, illinois, michigan, minnesota, ohio, and wisconsin to enhance health.
Programs: Adolescent health education, training and evaluation is provided by funding the indiana state department of health and under the affordable care act through the us department of health and human services, administration for children and families, family youth services bureau ,competitive personal responsibility education program (c-prep) through various projects including the indiana parent education program (ipep), brdsnbz-indy and talk2protect text projects and the indiana proud and connected teens (in-pact) project. These projects served approximately 800 people in 2014.
family planning education & training is provided through the wisconsin mch support services project. The wisconsin family planning project coordinates a stakeholder committee, provides education and training activities, and maintains a wisconsin family planning site (www. Wifamilyplanning. Org). These programs served approximately 1,000 people in 2014.
disease prevention education, training, and technical assistance services are provided through the wisconsin department of health and family services grants and contracts and through the hhs-opa std-related reproductive health prevention training and technical assistance center region v project. These programs served approximately 700 people in 2014. The colposcopy services project aims to increase the availability of affordable colposcopy services to rural, low-income, uninsured women in the northern and western public health regions by establishing and maintaining a regional network of community-based colposcopy service providers that adhere to established standards of care within those regions. This project served approximately 600 people in 2014.
other programs include education, training, technical assistance and evaluation projects through other programs that are aligned with the organizational mission but are not categorized as disease prevention, family planning or adolescent health. These programs vary each year depending on the funding sources.