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Funds Help Minority Colleges, CBOs Fight Drug Abuse, HIV/AIDS

While grants go to MSIs to help prevent and reduce substance abuse and HIV/AIDS among minority at-risk populations, grantees should be prepared (and qualified) to work with nearby community-based nonprofits to implement successful SA and HIV/AIDS prevention activities.

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