HIV Prevention Grants Program
The USCM HIV Prevention Grants Program, in cooperation with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, provides financial and technical assistance to local health departments and community-based organizations to implement HIV prevention programs. The goal of this effort is to strengthen the capacity of local service providers to carry out effective HIV/AIDS prevention activities.
Since 1985 USCM has provided more than $13.1 million to 257 community-based organizations (CBOs) and local health departments nationwide to carry out HIV/AIDS education, needs assessment and prevention programs. Grants are awarded on the recommendation of an independent external review panel composed of HIV/AIDS experts drawn from local and state health departments, national organizations, and local community-based organizations.
This program has concluded and no longer offers grants.