Community Coalition Development Projects for African American Communities - 99094



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CDC National Prevention Information Network, 1999


The purpose of CDC Program Announcement No. 99094 is to improve the health status of African American communities disproportionately affected by HIV, STDs, TB, and substance abuse by providing funds to support African American community coalitions to plan and develop linked networks of HIV, STD, TB, substance abuse, and primary care services within their respective communities.

Eligible applicants are nonprofit organizations (lead organizations) that develop coalitions to design plans for building and strengthening linkages among HIV, STD, TB, and substance abuse prevention, treatment, care services, and other health and social service programs in specifically defined communities at high risk for these conditions.

This Web site can assist you in determining your CBO's eligibility for this program.  You can also view, print, and download program material.  Use the navigation bar on the left to navigate this site.

The toolkit and application are available from the CDC Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention Web site.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please call the CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) at 1-800-458-5231.