FY 2001 Grant Opportunity

Grant Opportunities
March 20, 2001

Application Information:

HIV/AIDS/Mental Health Services Capacity Building in Minority Communities 

Guidance for Applicants (GFA) No. SM 01-012

These Minority HIV/AIDS Mental Health Services cooperative agreements are intended to expand service capacity targeted to meet unmet mental health treatment needs of individuals living with HIV/AIDS who are African American, Hispanic/Latino, and/or from other racial ethnic minority communities. An adjunct purpose is to train and improve the skills of individuals in African American, Hispanic/Latino and/or other racial ethnic minority communities who provide mental health care and emotional support in traditional and/or non-traditional settings. This program will consist of HIV/AIDS-related mental health treatment services, HIV/AIDS and mental health education services, and a coordinating center.  Community-based organizations serving minority clients will be targeted and engaged as key liaisons to community members, health care providers, and resources. The coordinating center will ensure the collection and analysis of process and descriptive information/data as well as relevant GPRA outcome data pertaining to common measures across the sites.

Receipt date: May 21, 2001 

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