$10M for Efforts to Improve HIV Services for Minority Youth

cdc-logoAgency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (HHS); Program: Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Projects for Young Men of Color Who Have Sex with Men and Young Transgender Persons of Color (CFDA Number: 93.939) (Funding Opportunity Number: CDC-RFA-PS17-1704); Eligibility: Community-based organizations with 501(c)(3) nonprofit status; Funding: $10 million for 30 awards (no match required); Deadline: Sept. 14.

Summary: The program supports the implementation of High-Impact HIV Prevention Programs to reduce morbidity, mortality, and related health disparities in the following two categories: (1) high risk young men of color who have sex with men and their partners; and (2) high risk young transgender persons of color and their partners.

The High-Impact HIV Prevention Programs will consist of the following required program components: (1) formalized collaborations; (2) program promotion, outreach and recruitment; (3) targeted HIV testing; (4) HIV prevention for HIV-positive persons; (5) HIV prevention for high-risk HIV-negative persons; (6) condom distribution; and (7) HIV and organizational planning.

Info: http://goo.gl/YfgICk (NOFA); for questions about the competition, Antonya Rakestraw, aip5@cdc.gov email.

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