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Improving Care and Treatment Coordination: Focusing on Black Women with HIV – Demonstration Sites

Announcement Number:


Date(s) to Apply:
04/15/2020 to 06/17/2020

Estimated Award Date:

What is the program?

This notice announces the opportunity to apply for fiscal year (FY) 2020 funding under the Improving Care and Treatment Coordination: Focusing on Black Women with HIV – Demonstration Sites. Funding awarded under this announcement will support up to seven cooperative agreements for up to three years to design, implement, and evaluate the use of bundled interventions for Black women with HIV. Bundled interventions are a group of evidence-informed practices put together into a package that when implemented together produces better health outcomes than when the practices are delivered separately.2 Bundled interventions will address socio-cultural health determinants, expand the delivery and utilization of comprehensive HIV care and treatment services, support continuous engagement in care, and improve health outcomes for Black women with HIV in a culturally sensitive and responsive manner. HRSA is publishing this NOFO in conjunction with Improving Care and Treatment Coordination: Focusing on Black Women with HIV – Evaluation, and Technical Assistance Provider (ETAP). All demonstration sites funded under this announcement will be required to collaborate with the ETAP, (to be funded separately under announcement number HRSA-20-115), which will facilitate technical assistance (TA) and lead a multi-site evaluation to measure the effectiveness of the bundled interventions and impact in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP). HRSA encourages you to read the companion announcement number HRSA-20-115, as applicants under both NOFOs are required to work together to ensure the success of the implementation and evaluation/technical assistance initiatives.

Are you eligible?

Entities eligible for funding under Parts A – D of Title XXVI of the Public Health Service Act, including public and nonprofit private entities, state and local governments; academic institutions; local health departments; nonprofit hospitals and outpatient clinics; community health centers receiving support under Section 330 of the PHS Act; faith-based and community-based organizations; and Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations with or without federal recognition.

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Phone: (301) 443-3180

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