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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:
This program ends August 31, 2017.
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.
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.
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.
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.