The AIDS Action Coalition (AAC) in Huntsville, Madision County, Alabama will provide comprehensive substance abuse/HIV prevention (SAP/HIVP) program with HIV and viral hepatitis (VH) awareness and screening services to racial/ethnic minority youth and young adults (13-24) using Peer Advocates in the 12-county Northern Alabama area.

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SP021835-01 AIDS ACTION COALITION OF HUNTSVILLE, INC HUNTSVILLE AL ELLIOTT LATEISHA $208,283

The Bridges to Wellness (B-Well) will develop a solid foundation, infrastructure, and capacity to deliver and sustain quality, accessible, evidence-based prevention services to reduce the onset of substance abuse, HIV and viral hepatitits (VH) among system involved minority youth ages 13-17 in Pima County, AZ.

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SP021778-01 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA TUCSON AZ GREENE ALISON $208,283

The Public Health Institute (PHI) will partner with Instituto Familiar de la Raza (IFR), the Asian Health Services (AHS) and Mariposa II to serve Transgender, non-conforming young adults of color (18 to 24) in the Alameda and San Francisco counties with direct and indirect prevention services and environmental strategies.

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SP021774-01 PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE OAKLAND CA NEMOTO PH D TOORU $208,283

The Orange County Bar Foundation will serve delinquent Latino youth, male and female ages 13-17 in Santa Ana California using theoretical and cultural HIV and substance abuse evidence-based services and environmental strategies.

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SP021692-01 ORANGE COUNTY BAR FOUNDATION, INC. SANTA ANA CA MADRID MARTHA $208,283

The Wal Las Memorias Project (TWLMP) Re-ACT Now Project will serve Latino men who have sex with men (YLMSM) ages 18-24 in the East and Central Los Angeles area by mobilizing the community, increasing competency of partner organizations; engaging YLMSM to address risk and protective factors.

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SP021696-01 THE WALL LAS MEMORIAS PROJECT LOS ANGELES CA TOPETE ENRIQUE $208,283

The Building Community Capacity to Prevent Substance Abuse and HIV among High Risk Teens in North San Diego County will engage youth ages 13-17 at juvenile court schools, community schools and afterschool programs in north San Diego County for those expelled due to substance use. The program will utilize social media and SA/HIV/VH prevention education and awareness educational interventions.

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SP021708-01 VISTA COMMUNITY CLINIC VISTA CA STAMM NANNETTE $208,283

The Community Outreach Intervention Project (COIP) will serve 13-24 year old African American women residing in Chicago's West, South and Southeast to increase awareness and availability of substance use and HIV prevention services, and sexual risk reduction strategies and interventions.

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SP021757-01 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO CHICAGO IL DONENBERG PH D GERI $208,283

The Northwest Indiana HIV Capacity Building Initiative (NWIHCBI) will develop and sustain the foundation for science-based HIV, viral hepatitis, and substance abuse prevention systems among high risk racial and ethnic minority youth adults ages 18-24 in East Chicago, Gary, Hammond and Lake Station, Indiana.

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SP021706-01 INDIANA UNIVERSITY BLOOMINGTON BLOOMINGTON IN AGLEY JON $208,283

Odyssey House Louisiana (OHL) will serve Africian American and Latino/a youth and young adults ages 13-24 in New Orleans. The project will combine education and awareness programs, social marketing campaigns, and HIV and viral hepatitis testing services in non-traditional settings with substance abuse and HIV prevention programming for the target population.

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SP021824-01 ODYSSEY HOUSE LOUISIANA, INC. NEW ORLEANS LA WARD ANDREW $208,283

Teen HYPE will implement Greater Than, serving at-risk African American youth ages 13-17 in the Detroit Eastside area to reduce the onset of substance abuse and transmission of HIV/AIDS.

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SP021781-01 TEEN HYPE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DETROIT MI HUDSON FRANCIS $208,285

Team Management 2000, Inc. (TM2K), an integrated behavioral health agency, will provide services to youth and young adults ages 13-24 (YYAs) who identify as Black/African American or Hispanic/Latino in the Newark New Jersey area utilizing the Y-TAP's program objectives.

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SP021833-01 TEAM MANAGEMENT 2000, INC. HACKENSACK NJ FAUSTIN AVA $208,283

The Door's HIV Capacity Building Project will serve youth and young adults in NYC ages 13-24 who are at the highest risk for the onset of Substance Abuse (SA) and transmission of HIV/AIDS and contracting hepatitis (VH).

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SP021702-01 THE DOOR - A CENTER OF ALTERNATIVES NEW YORK NY WAKELEY MEGAN $208,283

Summit County Combined General Health District (SCCGHD) and its partners will serve at risk minority youth and young adults ages 13-24 in Summit County and two universities in Portage County Ohio (Kent State University and Hiram College) targeting refugee and immigrant LGBT populations at risk for substance abuse and HIV/hepatitis.

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SP021701-01 SUMMIT COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT AKRON OH POLLARD JACKIE $208,283

The Substance Abuse Resources and Disability Issues (SARDI) program in the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University will collaborate with community partners to create the Peer Movement Project (PMP) to prevent the onset of and reduce substance abuse, HIV and VH infection among African American college students aged 18-24 at Wright State University in Montgomery County (OH) and Central State University, a HBCU, in Greene County (OH).

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SP021711-01 WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY DAYTON OH KINZELER NICOLE $208,283

Centerstone's Hamilton Community Capacity for Prevention and Education (HCCPE) project will serve at risk LGBT youth and young adults ages 13-24, Veterans and their families in the Hamilton County area, and train 60 stakeholders to sustain programs.

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SP021693-01 CENTERSTONE OF TENNESSEE, INC. NASHVILLE TN LASHLEE CAMILLE $208,283

The Linking and Uniting Communities for Healthy Actions (LUCHA) is a colloborative effort among community-based providers, the University Health System, Community Initiatives and Population Health and San Antonio AIDS Foundations to address behavioral health disparities, substance use and HIV of youth and young adults 13-24 in Bexar County.

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SP021786-01 UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM SAN ANTONIO TX SCOTT PH D ANTHONY $208,283

Serviving Children and Adults in Need (SCAN) will implement the Futuros Con Promesa (Futures with Promise) Prevention Project to address substance abuse (SA), HIV infection, and viral hepatitis (VH) infection among adolescent and young adult Hispanic males and females 13-24 years of age in Web County, located in Southwest Texas along the U.S. Mexico border.

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SP021807-01 SERVING CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN NEED, INC. LAREDO TX CRADDOCK CHRISTHOPHER $208,283

AIDS Arms, Inc. will serve men who have sex with men (MSM) and Veterans ages 18-24 who are racial/ethnic minorities and will provide individual and group level interventions, linkage to care, social networking, environmental strategies, and improved protective factors in the community to support prevention of SA/HIV/VH.

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SP021832-01 AIDS ARMS , INC. DALLAS TX KIRVEN DARON $208,283

The purpose of Project EndHIV will engage young men of color who have sex with men (YMCSM) ages 18-24 in Milwaukee County who are at high risk of HIV and/or viral hepatitis (VH) due to substance abuse disorders, substance use behaviors and/or sexual behaviors.

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SP021705-01 DIVERSE AND RESILIENT, INC. MILWAUKEE WI RUGE DANIEL $208,283