A National Coalition to Enhance STD/HIV Prevention through Promotion of a Holistic Approach to Health and Wellness

The original FOA, PS11-1112, created A National Coalition to Enhance STD/HIV Prevention through Promotion of a Holistic Approach to Health and Wellness (The Coalition); the purpose of this program is to maintain this National Coalition.

The Coalition brings together national leadership in order

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to accelerate STD/HIV prevention by advancing a more holistic and integrated public health approach by focusing on health and wellness frameworks, including sexual health in the U. S. These efforts represent an attempt to supplement traditional, disease-specific prevention frameworks with one emphasizing the broader promotion of health and wellness, including sexual health.

The Coalition examines new evidence-supported approaches to improving health and not solely disease control; ensuring that individuals have universal access to developmentally appropriate sexuality education and clinical preventive services across the lifespan; and promoting open dialogue about sexuality and sexual health and wellness.

In addition to STD/HIV prevention, adopting such a holistic health and wellness-based approach is pertinent to a number of public health priorities, including:
prevention and control of viral hepatitis; improved reproductive health, including teen and unplanned pregnancy prevention; and prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence.

The Coalition will continue to build a nationally-representative Coalition of members from a diverse range of entities important to enhancing STD/HIV prevention, as well as maintain, lead, organize and facilitate the established group of partners who currenlty make up the Coalition.

The Coalition will continue implementation of programmatic and evaluation activities, communication activities including dissemination and promotion of Coalition products, maintain and update Coalition websites and continue to convene Coalition action groups in order to leverage the work of the Coalition to advance sexual health.

Lastly, the Coalition will sustain the momentum achieved through Coalition activities to enhance STD/HIV prevention and improve sexual health at a national level.

This program addresses the “Healthy People 2020” focus areas of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV, and Public Health Infrastructure.

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
The following recipients may submit an application: Altarum Institute Eligibility is limited to the organization funded under FOA PS11-1112.

Competition is limited to the current grantee in order to maintain the existing organizational infrastructure and provide continuity of activities in the most cost-effective manner during the 12-month extension period.

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Contact:
Rachel Kachurrlk4@cdc.gov

Agency Email Description:
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Agency Email:
rlk4@cdc.gov

Date Posted:
2016-07-05

Application Due Date:
2016-09-05

Archive Date:
2016-10-05



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