HIV/AIDS Initiative for Minority Men (AIMM)
Grant Period: 2014-2017
The AIMM Initiative specifically addresses the unmet needs of young racial and ethnic minority men who have sex with men (MSM) who are between the ages of 20-29 and young minority males living with HIV/AIDS or at high risk for HIV infections. The AIMM Initiative will establish a comprehensive Integrated Center for Care and Supportive Services (ICCSS) that employs evidence-based disease management and preventive health program and supportive services to:
- Reduce the transmission of HIV,
- Address gaps and fragmentation of HIV/AIDS treatment,
- Reduce HIV/AIDS stigma and barriers to culturally and linguistically appropriate care,
- Address social determinants of health that impede treatment adherence,
- Prevent opportunistic infections
- Improve clinical outcomes of MSM and young minority males living with HIV or at high risk for HIV infections.
This program ends August 31, 2017.
|Non-Federal AIMM Grantees||City||State||Funding Level|
|Beat AIDS Coalition Trust||San Antonio||TX||$375,000|
|Children&rsquo,s Hospital Los Angeles||Los Angeles||CA||$375,000|
|Louisiana Public Health Institute||New Orleans||LA||$374,821|
|My Brother&rsquo,s Keeper, Inc.||Ridgeland||MS||$375,000|
|New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene||Long Island||NY||$375,000|
|Us Helping Us, People into Living, Inc.||Washington||DC||$374,993|
CHAT (Curbing HIV/AIDS Transmission)
Grant Period: 2012-2015
The CHAT grants seek to improve the HIV/AIDS health outcomes of high risk minority youth (13-19 years old) by supporting community-based efforts to increase HIV/AIDS prevention/education efforts, testing, counseling and referrals.
|CHAT Grantees||City||State||Funding Level|
|Alternatives For Girls||Detroit||MI||$200,000|
|Cascade AIDS Project||Portland||OR||$225,000|
|Lutheran Medical Center/Lutheran Family Health Centers||Brooklyn||NY||$225,000|
|NO/AIDS Task Force||New Orleans||LA||$225,000|
|Vista Community Clinic||Vista||CA||$225,000|
|Wholistic Stress Control Institute, Inc.||Atlanta||GA||$200,000|
HIRE (HIV/AIDS Health Improvement for the Re-Entry Population)
Grant Period: 2012-2016
HIRE grants seek to improve the HIV/AIDS health outcomes of formerly incarcerated individuals by supporting community-based efforts to ensure their successful transition from state or federal incarceration back to their communities.
|FACES NY, Inc.||New York||NY||$ 200,000|
|Housing Works, Inc.||Brooklyn||NY||$ 200,000|
|Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc.||Haupauge||NY||$ 235,000|
|Metropolitan Charities, Inc.||St. Petersburg||FL||$ 215,000|
|The Osborne Association, Inc.||Bronx||NY||$ 235,000|
|Recovery Consultants of Atlanta, Inc.||Decatur||GA||$ 215,000|
|St. Luke's - Roosevelt Institute for Health Sciences||New York||NY||$ 200,000|
Linkage to Life Program: Rebuilding Broken Bridges for Minority Families Impacted by HIV/AIDS (L2L)
Grant Period: 2012-2014
Linkage to Life Program addresses gaps in health care, social and supportive services for families living with HIV/AIDS and who are in transition from incarceration, domestic violence and/or substance abuse treatment.
|Community Education Group||Washington||DC||$478,826.00|
|The CORE Foundation||Chicago||IL||$477,720.00|
|Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, Inc.||Bronx||NY||$478,900.00|
|Latino Commission on AIDS||New York||NY||$451,021.00|
|Metropolitan Charities, Inc.||St. Petersburg||FL||$478,900.00|
|Volunteers of America Bay Area, Inc.||Alameda||CA||$474,633.00|
Minority Community HIV/AIDS Partnership
Grant Period: 2010-2013
These grants seek to improve the health status, relative to HIV/AIDS, of young adults, particularly racial and ethnic minorities by eliminating disparities through local partnerships.