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The Linkage to Life (L2L) Program: Rebuilding Broken Bridges for Minority Families Impacted by HIV/AIDS

Title: The Linkage to Life (L2L) Program: Rebuilding Broken Bridges for Minority Families Impacted by HIV/AIDS

Deadline: August 2, 2010

Awards: $2,840,000. Up to 6 awards available.

Project Period: 4 years, September 1, 2010 – August 31, 2014

Purpose: To address the health and social barriers that may contribute to HIV/AIDS incidence among high-risk racial and ethnic minorities, and to assist in the prevention of generational cycles of behavior that increases risk of future HIV infection among dependent youth through family-centered, integrated Health and Social Service Resource (HSSR) Networks which work to reduce HIV/AIDS incidence and improve health outcomes among high-risk minority populations in transition from domestic violence, incarceration, and substance abuse treatment

Eligibility: The applicant must be a private non-profit community-based, minority serving organization with 5 years of experience providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS services to high-risk minority populations. The applicant must represent a family-centered, integrated Health and Social Service Resource Network that includes: a community-based minority serving organization, a SAMHSA funded community-based substance abuse treatment, behavioral health or recovery program, a community-based clinical organization funded by HRSA, and a local social/support service organization. Tribal government entities are eligible.

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