Project HEAL

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082447-01 UNIV OF ARKANSAS FOR MED SCIS LITTLE ROCK AR SOCKWELL LATUNJA $499,998

Epidaurus dba Amity Foundation’s Almas de Amistad project (Almas) Minority AIDS Project for racial and ethnic minority women in Albuquerque Metropolitan Area.

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082493-01 AMITY FOUNDATION TUCSON AZ PETTWAY LALANNIE $500,000

Project TELA (Treatment Engagement Linking At-risk Women)

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082388-01 COPE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC. TUCSON AZ SPECIO-BOYER MARY $464,253

Project LinC (Linkages in Care)

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082495-01 TARZANA TREATMENT CENTERS, INC TARZANA CA LARCO GINA $500,000

Prevention Recovery Integration for MSM Empowerment (PRIME)

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082401-01 ST JOHN'S WELL CHILD CENTER, INC. LOS ANGELES CA MARTINEZ VICTOR $500,000

SHAWL MAI Residential Treatment Program

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082412-01 VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OF LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES CA WHALEN-MARTINEZ LAURIE $500,000

Knowledge is Freedom

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082480-01 MILE HIGH COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE DENVER CO DORSHIMER ROBERT $500,000

Miami-Dade County Multidisciplinary Approach Stabilizing Treatment & Empowering Recovery (MASTER) Project

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082402-01 COUNTY OF MIAMI-DADE MIAMI FL SANDAKOW SANDRA $400,807

GCC OSF MAI Diversion and Reentry

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082416-01 GUIDANCE/CARE CENTER, INC. KEY WEST FL DUNLEAVY MAUREEN $499,253

Fulton County Department of Behavorial Health and Developmental Disabilties MAI

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082446-01 COUNTY OF FULTON ATLANTA GA ALLEN LYNNETTE $500,000

Odyssey House Louisiana SAMHSA Minority AIDS Initiative

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082458-01 ODYSSEY HOUSE LOUISIANA, INC. NEW ORLEANS LA SINGH ARVIN $500,000

VOA SELA The Journey

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082417-01 VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA, INC. NEW ORLEANS LA STARNES AIMEE $499,035

Fuerza Latina

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082481-01 STANLEY STREET TREATMENT AND RESOURCES FALL RIVER MA NAU ROBIN $500,000

Minority AIDS Initiative for High Risk Men of New Jersey

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082453-01 ROWAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL/OSTEOPATHIC MED STRATFORD NJ JERMYN RICHARD $500,000

The Motivated Men Project/El Proyecto de Motivación para Hombres (“MMP”).

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082395-01 PROCEED, INC. ELIZABETH NJ PINEROS ELIZABETH $500,000

Team Management 2000, Inc. Project H.E.A.L seeks to expand our SUD COD services with focus on 275 high risk adult HIV minority populations age 13-35 in Essex County, Newark NJ including (MSM) AA men.

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082398-01 TEAM MANAGEMENT 2000, INC. HACKENSACK NJ FAUSTIN AVA $500,000

ASCLM MAI High Risk Populations - Open Door Project

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082448-01 AIDS SERVICE CENTER OF NEW YORK CITY NEW YORK NY CUMMINS RAMONA $500,000

Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations at High Risk for HIV/AIDS

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082459-01 ALI FORNEY CENTER NEW YORK NY WOLFF BETH $489,623

FACES NY, Inc. as the sole grantee is proposing to implement Dynamic Regeneration Effective Amongst Minorities [D.R.E.A.M] Project with two locally established partners in the fields of comprehensive medical services and behavioral health so as to facilitate a cohesive flow of services and prevent delays. Our project partners are Citicare, a medical and mental health provider; with locations in close proximity to FACES, Reality House, a substance use/behavioral health provider that provides services on-site at FACES and The Bridge, Inc., a comprehensive behavioral health provided that offers mental health and substance abuse treatment, housing, vocational training, job placement etc., with sites in close proximity to FACES. Project Dream, through its partners will use a strengths-based continuum of care model to provide immediate access to culturally appropriate, trauma-informed substance abuse/co-occurring mental health treatment and HIV/viral hepatitis services. The Project will assist in meeting SAMHSA’s and FACES goal to increase engagement in care for racial and ethnic minority individuals with substance use disorders and/or co-occurring substance use and mental disorders who are at risk for HIV or are HIV positive that receive HIV services/treatment. Each proposed partner affiliated with Project Dream has over 20 years of providing specialized and quality services to the NYC community and the implementation of EBPs. These combined levels of expertise will provide synergy in addressing HIV/AIDS risk and/or care accompanied with access to treatment for substance use and substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders for project participants. The Project will serve 1200 individuals throughout the grant for five years. Goals and Objectives: Goal 1: Reduce the rate of infection for HIV, STI and viral hepatitis among population of focus. Objective A: 100% of participants and where appropriate their sex partners, will be tested for HIV and where applicable Hepatitis A, B, C through FACES NY. Objective B: 80% of participants who test positive will be linked to primary care for confirmatory testing and treatment. Objective C: 100% of participants will be screened for HIV risk factors and educated on safer sex practices. Objective D: 80% of participants will engage in Motivational Interviewing (MI) counseling. Objective E: Refer 80% of individuals testing negative to FACES’ Linkage to PrEP/PEP program. Goal 2: Address and reduce substance use including alcohol, cocaine and injecting drugs, by referring participants to substance abuse treatment and recovery services for short and long term inpatient/outpatient care. Objective A: Screen and assess 100% participants for SUD/COD. Objective B: Educate at least 80% of participants with SUD/COD, about the permeating negative impact of substance abuse on the individual and family. Objective C: Utilize MI intervention to encourage motivation to change. Objective D: Refer at minimum 80% of participants to culturally and linguistically appropriate, trauma informed, evidence-based substance use/mental health treatment services. Objective E: Monitor 100% participants to ensure treatment fidelity. Objective F: 80% of participants will participate in Seeking Safety EBI. Goal 3: Improve health and social outcomes for population of focus. Objective A: Screen and assess psychosocial needs of 100% participants Objective B: Assist participants to access culturally and linguistically appropriate social services. Objective C: Convene an annual summit of community providers and stake holders. Objective D: Assess available resources in the community and implement strategies for improved access and support of new interventions.

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082494-01 FACES NY, INC. NEW YORK NY TABOR VIOLET $500,000

Coming Home Program -Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations at High Risk for HIV/AIDS

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082387-01 ST. LUKE'S-ROOSEVELT INST FOR HLTH SCIS NEW YORK NY PACE JILL $500,000

Argus Community MAI program is the official title of our project. To the community it will be advertised as Project CATCH. Community Action to Combat HIV/HCV among substance users and MSM populations

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082390-01 ARGUS COMMUNITY, INC. NEW YORK NY TIGHE LAUREN $500,000

Philadelphia Urban Health Collaborative for Substance Use Disorder: Mobile Services for Prevention, Engagement in Care and Treatment

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082451-01 DREXEL UNIVERSITY PHILADELPHIA PA SZEP ZSOFIA $499,973

Healthy Border Initiative Project

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082449-01 SERVING CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN NEED, INC. LAREDO TX PEREZ GABRIELA $500,000

AAMA CSAT MAI

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082482-01 ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MEXICAN AMERICANS, INC. HOUSTON TX DIBELLO ADRIANA $500,000

Enhanced Integrated Treatment Program with Sexual Health in Recovery (E-ITP SHIR)

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082483-01 THE MONTROSE CENTER HOUSTON TX LATINI DAVID $500,000

Project HANDLE MAI-SUD will provide SUD/COD and HIV/Hepatitis services to US and foreign-born Black and Latinx adults with SUD who are HIV/Hepatitis positive or high risk in Seattle and King County.

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082392-01 NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE, INC. SEATTLE WA POST LEAH $500,000

Meta House Prevention, Access, Treatment, and Health (PATH)

Award Number Grantee Organization Name Grantee City Grantee Statesort descending Project Director Last Name Project Director First Name Award Amount
TI082399-01 META HOUSE, INC. MILWAUKEE WI ULLSTRUP CHRISTINE $500,000