Community Health Funding Report

Funding News

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Millions Available to Stop Hep C Spread Among Drug Users

More than $4 million will be available through the Centers for Disease Control in demonstration grants to support the development and testing of programs providing comprehensive prevention and treatment of hepatitis C among younger persons who inject drugs, as well as live in non-urban areas.

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CDC Wants to Test Approaches for Reducing HIV Spread

At the end of August, the Centers for Disease Control hopes to issue a multi-million RFP to compare three health services models of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) delivery at STD and family planning clinics. The projects should focus on patients at substantial risk for HIV acquisition.

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CDC Funds Ways to Prevent Flu Spread in Close Quarters

At the end of August, the Centers for Disease Control plans to issue an RFP to enroll households with confirmed influenza, and follow household contacts for up to two weeks, to study secondary infection risk.

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Upcoming RFP Will Support Evaluation of HIV Testing Strategy

The Centers for Disease Control plans to award a single grant of $500,000 or more later this year to evaluate recruitment approaches via the internet to provide HIV testing and link services to black and Hispanic men who have sex with men (MSM) who have not been tested for HIV in the past 12 months, especially those who have never been tested for HIV.

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CDC Hopes to Award 2017 HIV Prevention Grants

Anticipating FY 2017 funding, the Centers for Disease Control is developing an RFP for the next round of competition under the Comprehensive HIV Prevention Programs for Health Departments program.

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New Grants Aid People with Disabilities with Technology

The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Paralysis Resource Center awards its first grants of the year under its High Impact Innovative Assistive Technology Grants program. Funds help develop tools that allow people with disabilities to more fully participate in their communities.

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Block Grant Health Prevention Funds to be Made Available

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s announces it plans to fund the Preventive Health and Health Services Block grant by transferring funds from the Affordable Care Act’s Prevention and Public Health funds.

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AIDS United Helps Organizations Stay Abreast of New Trends

As various types of drug abuse rise and decline across the country and changes continue in terms of AIDS/HIV infection rates, local groups may have more problems “keeping up” with the latest developments. The AIDS United Sector Transformation initiative is designed to help in such situations.

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Rural Health Grant Announcements Coming

The Federal Office of Rural Health Policy will soon announce the winners of 23 Rural Network Planning grants to help support improvements in healthcare delivery in rural communities.

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State Primary Care Associations Get Another Year of Grants

The Health Resources and Services Administration says that instead of a new competition, it will continue funding for the 52 current state and regional primary care associations.

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