For Partners and Grantees
Through Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) and other initiatives, CDC is actively collaborating with diverse partners to design and implement innovative, culturally responsive, and equity-focused HIV prevention strategies, programs, research, and other activities that address the unique needs of local communities. This page provides relevant information, tools, and resources for groups that partner with CDC or wish to partner with CDC to deliver high-impact HIV prevention strategies in communities across the nation.
Click the links below for more information.
CDC’s HIV prevention funding opportunities for state and local health departments and community-based organizations, including those focused on EHE
Free social media toolkits and community- and provider-focused guides to help reach key audiences with information about the latest and most effective HIV prevention interventions
Information about CDC’s approach to meaningfully involving communities affected by HIV in designing and implementing HIV prevention activities