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Organizations Awarded CDC Funds to Provide Capacity Building Assistance to Improve the Delivery and Effectiveness of HIV Prevention Services for High-Risk and/or Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations

Since 1988, CDC has provided funds to organizations to assist in building the capacity of funded grantees (including state and local health departments and community-based organizations) in implementing HIV prevention programs . The new CBA program announcement, PS09-906, "Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) to Improve the Delivery and Effectiveness of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Prevention Services for High-risk and/or Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations," focuses on providing funding to improve the capacity of individuals, organizations, and communities in the delivery and effectiveness of evidence-based interventions and core public health strategies for HIV prevention. The new CBA program is a 4.5-year, $110 million cooperative agreement. A total of 30 organizations were funded under the new CBA program announcement.

CBA Providers are listed alphabetically:

CBA for CBOs – Strengthening organizational infrastructure, interventions, strategies, monitoring and evaluation for HIV prevention

• AIDS Project Los Angeles: Los Angeles, CA
• American Psychological Association: Washington, DC
• Arizona-Mexico Border Health Foundation: Tucson, AZ
• Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum: San Francisco, CA
• Balm in Gilead: Richmond, VA
• Education Development Center: Newton, Massachusetts
• ETR Associates, Inc.: Scotts Valley, CA
• Harm Reduction Coalition: New York, NY
• JSI Research & Training Institute: Boston, MA
• Latino Commission on AIDS: New York, NY
• National Minority AIDS Council: Washington, DC
• Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.: City of Industry, CA
• Puerto Rican Organization for Community Education and Economic Development, Inc.: Elizabeth, NJ
• South Side Help Center: Chicago, IL
• The Regents of the University of California: Oakland, CA
• UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas: Dallas, TX

CBA for Communities – Strengthening community access to and utilization of HIV prevention services

• Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairman's Health Board: Rapid City, SD
• Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center: San Francisco, CA
• Balm in Gilead: New York, NY
• Black AIDS Institute: Los Angeles, CA
• Children's Hospital Los Angeles: Los Angeles, CA
• Colorado State University: Fort Collins, CO
• Farmworker Justice: Washington, DC
• Harm Reduction Coalition: New York, NY
• Latino Commission on AIDS: New York, NY
• Meharry Medical College: Nashville, TN
• Metropolitan Interdenominational Church First Response: Nashville, TN
• My Brother's Keeper: Ridgeland, MS
• National Association of People with AIDS: Washington, DC
• National Native American AIDS Prevention Center: Denver, CO
• National Youth Advocacy Coalition: Washington, DC
• The Regents of the University of California: Oakland, CA

CBA for Health Departments – Strengthening organizational infrastructure, interventions, strategies, community planning, monitoring and evaluation for HIV prevention.

• Academy for Educational Development: Washington, DC
• AIDS Project Los Angeles: Los Angeles, CA
• Arizona-Mexico Border Health Foundation: Tucson, AZ
• National Minority AIDS Council: Washington, DC
• Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc.: City of Industry, CA
• University of Rochester: Rochester, NY

Resource Center for CBA Providers – Strengthening the quality and delivery of CBA services for HIV Prevention

• Academy for Educational Development: Washington, DC

Resource Center for CBA Consumers - Strengthening consumer access to and utilization of CBA services for HIV Prevention

• The AIDS Institute (FL): Tampa, FL

 

 


 

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