The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board’s Project Red Talon seeks to fund social marketing and social media campaigns aimed at preventing HIV among Native Americans. U.S. Tribal programs and programs that serve the Tribal population are eligible to apply. Up to 10 grants of $10,000 will be awarded.
It has been more than 30 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported in the U.S.—which means the young people you work with have never known a world without HIV.
For most adolescents, online social networking is another way to talk to the friends and family that they see every day. But for runaway and homeless youth, texting, Facebook and other social media can be important ways to stay in touch with friends and family who are slipping away just when they are most needed.
Do you have a youth-led, start-up organization that works to prevent HIV? The MTV Staying Alive Foundation is offering grants of up to $12,000 for 12-month projects. To be eligible, your organization's leaders must be between the ages of 15 and 27. Learn more and apply on the foundation's website.
The MAC AIDS Fund is working to address the link between poverty and AIDS. The fund's housing grants aim to increase permanent housing for low-income people living with HIV. Applicants must provide direct housing services and have been operating for at least three years. Apply for funding on the MAC Fund website.
The Indian Health Service will fund programs that enhance HIV testing and HIV-related services among American Indian and Alaska Native people. See the full funding opportunity announcement (PDF, 130KB).
This Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration program will facilitate the development and expansion of culturally competent and effective community-based treatment systems for substance use and mental disorders among racial and ethnic minority communities in States with the highest HIV prevalence rates. The program aims to reduce the impact of behavioral health problems, reduce...
This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention grant program will fund projects to do all of the following:
This funding opportunity seeks 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 and education efforts, testing, counseling and referrals. The program will integrate HIV testing, peer educators and lay health workers, counseling and linkages, and social media and technology into a wide-...
The Children's Bureau, part of the Administration for Children and Families, will award grants to programs that aim to increase well-being, improve permanency, and enhance the safety of infants and young children who have been exposed to a dangerous drug or to HIV-AIDs. Services provided by funded programs may include
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