Integrating Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment within HIV/AIDS Service Delivery Settings (R01)
Grant Amount: NIH intends to commit $3 million in FY2014 to fund an estimated 4-6 awards.
To improve understanding of the intersection of HIV/AIDS and drug abuse, this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is part of a multipronged 2014 expansion of HIV and AIDS related research within the context of drug and alcohol abuse among understudied populations and in understudied settings that show promise for the development of effective prevention and treatment efforts. In addition to this funding opportunity, others included in the 2014 expansion address HIV/AIDS and substance use among the homeless and unstably housed (RFA-DA-14-009); substance use, HIV, and Black/African American women and young Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) (RFA-DA-14-010); exploratory research on comorbid HIV, chronic pain, and substance use among older adults (RFA-DA-14-012), and Seek, Test, Treat, and Retain Data Harmonization Coordinating Center (RFA-DA-14-007).
Efforts to prevent, detect, and treat drug and alcohol abuse, addiction, and their consequences can be improved by integrating existing evidence-based approaches into clinical settings in which high-risk populations are currently engaged in care for common co-occurring conditions. Of high priority are those settings in which individuals receive ongoing care for HIV/AIDS, but which do not routinely deliver evidence-based drug and alcohol abuse screening, prevention, and treatment services. Such settings include freestanding or hospital-based comprehensive HIV centers, community-based AIDS service organizations, and other HIV service providers supported by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and other state and federal funds for HIV services. Service integration is equally needed in prevention-oriented settings (including sexually-transmitted infection [STI] clinics) where screening for drug and alcohol problems can be integrated with screening for HIV and other conditions. NIDA encourages hypothesis-driven research project applications to test implementation strategies for integrating evidence-based substance abuse services with HIV care in these settings.
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Number of Awards Given
4 - 6 awards
Award Amount Notes
NIH intends to commit $3 million in FY2014 to fund an estimated 4-6 awards.
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Lori J Ducharme Services Research Branch, DESPRNIDA
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Up to 5 years.
Alcohol Abuse Drug Abuse Health Care Programs/Services HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Programs Substance Abuse Treatment and Counseling
Applicants must download the SF424 (R&R) application package associated with this funding opportunity using the “Apply for Grant Electronically” button in this FOA or following the directions provided at Grants.gov.
It is critical that applicants follow the instructions in the SF424 (R&R) Application Guide (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/424/SF424_RR_Guide_General_Adobe_VerB.pdf), except where instructed in this funding opportunity announcement to do otherwise. Conformance to the requirements in the Application Guide is required and strictly enforced. Applications that are out of compliance with these instructions may be delayed or not accepted for review.
Companion Funding Opportunity: RFA-DA-14-009, R01 Research Project Grant; RFA-DA-14-010, R01 Research Project Grant; RFA-DA-14-012, R21 Exploratory/Developmental Grant; RFA-DA-14-007, U01 Research Project – Cooperative Agreements.
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