Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning and Implementation for Metropolitan Statistical Areas Most Affected by HIV/AIDS

The purpose of this program is to facilitate the development and implementation of Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plans (ECHPPs) for MSAs most affected by the HIV epidemic in order to reduce HIV risk and incidence in those areas.

This program will be conducted in two phases.

In Phase


I, which will be supported under this FOA and will have a one year project period, grantees will develop focused ECHPPs for the targeted MSAs and begin the implementation of those plans.

The plans will be guided by the best available evidence and tailored by the jurisdiction with intensive guidance from HHS/CDC.

The enhanced plans are intended to identify the optimal combination of coordinated HIV prevention, care, and treatment services that can maximize the impact of these services on reducing new HIV infections within that jursidiction.

In Phase II, which will be supported under a separate FOA, a subset of the jurisdictions funded under Phase I will be selected, through a competitive process, to further implement their Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Plans over a two year project period.

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Applicants eligible to apply for this cooperative agreement are limited to twelve (12) entities in specific Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) or specified Metropolitan Divisions (MDs) that have the highest estimated AIDS prevalence at the end of 2007.

These twelve eligible areas comprise 44% of the total estimated persons living with AIDS in the United States as of the end of 2007.

The entities eligible to apply for funds under this FOA are as follows: 1.

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene New York Division 2.

Los Angeles County Public Health Department Los Angeles Division 3.

District of Columbia Department of Mental Health Washington Division 4.

Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago Division 5.

Georgia Department of Human Resources Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA 6.

Florida State Department of Health Miami Division 7.

City of Philadelphia Public Health Department Philadelphia Division 8.

Houston Department of Health and Human Services Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land, TX 9.

San Francisco Department of Public Health San Francisco Division 10.

Maryland State Department of Health Baltimore-Towson, MD 11.

Texas State Department of Health Services Dallas Division 12.

Puerto Rico Department of Health San Juan-Caguas-Guaynabo, PR

Full Opportunity Web Address:
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