Agency Releases Competition for $225K HIV, Drinking Prevention Grants

Nat'l Institutes of Health logoAgency: Nat’l Institutes of Health (HHS); Program: Model Continuum’s of Care Initiative (MCCI) for Women and Girls at Risk and Living With HIV/AIDS and Harmful Alcohol and Associated Comorbidities Planning Cooperative Agreement (U34) (CFDA Number: 93.273) (Funding Opportunity Number: RFA-AA-17-013); Eligibility: Schools, state, tribal and local governments, public and private colleges and universities, nonprofits and for-profits; Funding: Up to four awards of up to 225,000 each (no match required); Deadline: Dec. 2.

Summary: The program supports research to promote the development and evaluation of integrated interventions to reduce alcohol consumption as a key approach to preventing new infections and enhancing treatment adherence. Results of this research will provide the evidence base for the development of more effective systems of care for women and girls at risk and living with HIV, including pregnant mothers who engage in risky drinking and other substance use.

Info: https://goo.gl/jWbsfE (NOFA) Questions, Judy Fox, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Judy.Fox@nih.gov or 301-443-4704.

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