Churches AIDS Pastoral Care and Education Program

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Churches AIDS Pastoral Care and Education Program

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  • CAPE
  • Churches AIDS and Related Diseases Pastoral Care and Education Program
  • Churches AIDS Pastoral Care and Education Incorporated
  • The Cape Centre

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Description area

Dates of existence

1988 - c. 1996

History

The Churches AIDS Pastoral Care and Education Program (CAPE) formed after discussions between the National Advisory Committee on AIDS's National Churches AIDS Working Group, the Victorian AIDS Council and the Haemophilia Society of Victoria about providing education programs for church people and volunteers. The churches involved were the Anglican, Catholic, Uniting, Baptist and Lutheran churches, the Salvation Army, the Churches of Christ, the New Wave Christian Fellowship and the Metropolitan Community Church. A co-ordinator was appointed in January 1989 working from the Interfaith Health Education Centre in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood. From 1994 to 1996, Churches AIDS Pastoral Care and Education Incorporated operated from the Cape Centre in South Yarra.

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Entered from deposit description 27 November 2012

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