FY10 Minority Community HIV/AIDS Partnership: Preventing Risky Behaviors Among Minority College Students

The purpose of the Minority Community HIV/AIDS Partnership:
Preventing Risky Behaviors Among Minority College Students is to demonstrate the effectiveness of partnerships in improving the health status, relative to HIV/AIDS, of young adults, particularly racial and ethnic minorities by eliminating

disparities.

Through this FY 2010 announcement, the OMH will support partnerships between national minority-serving organizations, community based healthcare facilities, and minority serving institutions, particularly those with a demonstrated history of serving minority populations, such as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), and other accredited minority-serving post-secondary institutions.

This program promotes the implementation of promising practices and model programs targeting minority communities.
Related Programs

Cooperative Agreements to Improve the Health Status of Minority Populations

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Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
FY10 Minority Community HIV/AIDS Partnership: Preventing Risky Behaviors Among Minority College Students

Additional Information of Eligibility:
To qualify for funding, an applicant must: • Be an established, nonprofit national minority-serving organization defined by charter or bylaws to operate nationally which address health and human services and has a demonstrated history of service to racial and ethnic minority populations.

Bylaws and/or charter must be furnished with the application.

The applicant must have a minimum of five years experience in conducting HIV/AIDS programs for minority populations.

Examples of national minority-serving organizations that may apply include: ̵ organizations representing community health organizations serving minority populations; ̵ organizations that focus on minority health, education, leadership development, and national partnerships; and ̵ organizations whose membership represents minority-focused health professionals.

̵ national faith-based organizations ̵ federally recognized American Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages and Corporations which meet the definition set forth in U.S.C.

Section 1603(e); Tribal Organizations, which include Intertribal Councils and American Indian Health Boards which meet the definition set forth in 25 USC Section 1603(e);

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://www.grantsolutions.gov/gs/preaward/previewPublicAnnouncement.do?id=11696

Contact:
Grants.gov Contact CenterPhone Number: 1-800-518-4726Hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Timesupport@grants.gov

Agency Email Description:
Grants.gov Customer Support

Agency Email:
support@grants.gov

Date Posted:
2010-07-03

Application Due Date:
2010-08-02

Archive Date:
2010-09-01



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