Grant Amounts: Approximate Current Fiscal Year Funding: $ 293,000,000; Approximate Total Project Period Funding: $ 586,000,000 (This amount is an estimate, and is subject to availability of funds. It includes direct and indirect costs.)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announces the availability of funding for HIV prevention projects by state and local health departments.
The purpose of the program is to support and enhance the ability of public health departments to design, implement, and evaluate comprehensive HIV prevention programs. A comprehensive HIV prevention program should include the following components: (1) HIV prevention community planning; (2) HIV prevention activities such as HIV prevention counseling, testing, and referral services (CTRS); partner services (PS); prevention for HIV-infected persons; health education/risk reduction (HE/RR) activities; public information programs; and perinatal transmission prevention; (3) Program monitoring and quality assurance; (4) Capacity-building activities; (5) Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) prevention activities; (6) Program collaboration and coordination with other related programs (e.g., viral hepatitis prevention); (7) Laboratory support; and, (8) HIV/AIDS epidemiologic and behavioral surveillance.
Funding for enhanced perinatal transmission prevention projects is also available to a select number of grantees that meet specific eligibility criteria.
The goal of this program is to reduce transmission of HIV by building capacity of health departments to: (1) Deliver targeted, sustained, and evidence-based HIV prevention interventions, including prevention of perinatal HIV transmission; (2) Implement proven public health strategies such as HIV/STD partner services; (3) Develop systems and relationships to ensure clients are linked to appropriate prevention, care, and treatment services; and, (4) Develop and implement capacity-building, program monitoring, and quality assurance policies and procedures to support continuous program improvement.
US Department of Health and Human Services Public Health Service Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
City Agencies County Agencies State Agencies
Number of Awards Given
Approximately 59 awards
Award Amount Notes
Approximate Current Fiscal Year Funding: $ 293,000,000; Approximate Total Project Period Funding: $ 586,000,000 (This amount is an estimate, and is subject to availability of funds. It includes direct and indirect costs.)
Amy Stuckey Deputy Branch Chief DHHS/CDCDiv of HIV/AIDS Prevention Prevention Program Branch 1600 Clifton Rd. MS E-58 Atlanta, GA 30333 Phone: (404) 639-6285
Health Education HIV Test Related Counseling HIV Testing HIV/AIDS Prevention Program Development Program Evaluation Program Management Risk Reduction STD Prevention Surveillance
General Public Local Government Agencies State Government Agencies
Applicants must submit the application electronically by utilizing the forms and instructions posted for this announcement on www.Grants.gov, the official U.S Government agency wide E-grant website.
Registering an organization through www.Grants.gov is the first step in submitting applications online. Registration information is located in the “Get Registered” screen of www.Grants.gov.
Please visit www.Grants.gov at least 30 days prior to filing an application to become familiar with the registration and submission processes. Under “Get Registered,” the one-time registration process will take three to five days to complete; however, as part of the Grants.gov registration process, registering an organization with the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) annually, could take an additional one to two days to complete. HHS/CDC requires submitting electronic applications at least 48 hours prior to the closing date.
For program synopsis and guidance, visit the website: http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=Tgg5K81LKRxTQy79qVJPsjnH69bYjdmcJ92HLwxmyxgjvV6ZCxDJ!-723925807?oppId=48890&mode=VIEW .
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