HIV Prevention Program
The purpose of this program is to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Comprehensive HIV Prevention Programs for Health Departments. This funding is provided to nonprofit community-based organizations and local health departments, supports prioritized HIV testing and HIV prevention services to reach at-risk populations. Based on recent HIV epidemiologic data, the priority at-risk populations for HIV prevention in Kansas are currently identified as: men who have sex with men, African American heterosexual women, injection drug users, youth ages 15 to 24, and other high risk individuals (those with a recent STD, TB, or hepatitis infection and the incarcerated population).
Competitive grant funds will be awarded for a 12-month period beginning July 1, 2013, and ending June 30, 2014, in correspondence with State Fiscal Year 2014 (SFY14). This is the first year in a 3-year funding cycle.
Program Details: All program details, application requirements and program staff contact information can be found on the attached document
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