Centers for Disease Control: Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) for High Impact HIV Prevention Program Integration
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Capacity Building Assistance CBA for High Impact HIV Prevention Program Integration funds will support implementation of a CBA program to strengthen the capacity and improve the performance of the nation’s HIV prevention workforce. This program supports a CBA Provider Network (CPN) to implement the following four program components: 1) national training; 2) regional technical assistance (TA); 3) continuous quality improvement and sustainability for CBOs; and 4) marketing and administrative support for the CPN. These components prioritize building individual competencies and technical expertise, strengthening organizational capacities, and enabling supportive structural environments for the HIV prevention workforce to optimally plan, integrate, implement, and sustain comprehensive HIV prevention programs and services. This program promotes and supports national prevention goals, the HIV care continuum, and CDC’s High Impact HIV Prevention (HIP) approach.
Available funding and required activities are categorized as follows:
Component 1: National Training
- Track A. Electronic Learning (ELearning) Training Center
- Track B. Classroom Learning Training Center
Component 2: Regional Technical Assistance
- Track A. Clinical HIV Testing and Prevention for Persons with HIV
- Track B. Nonclinical HIV Testing and Prevention for HIV-Negative Persons
- Track C. Integrated HIV Activities and Structural Interventions
Component 3: Continuous Quality Improvement and Sustainability for CBOs
Component 4: Marketing and Administrative Support for the CPN
Amount: An estimated $24,000,000 is available to make approximately 16 awards.
Eligibility: American Indian/Alaska Native tribal governments (federally recognized or state-recognized), American Indian/Alaska Native tribally designated organizations, Alaska Native health corporations, colleges and universities, community and faith-based organizations, for-profit organizations, healthcare corporations and organizations, hospitals, nonprofits with or without 501c3 IRS status, political subdivisions of states (in consultation with states), professional associations, research institutions, small, minority, and women-owned businesses, state and local governments, tribal epidemiology centers, and urban Indian health organizations.
Note: Full applications will be due on November 12, 2018; a Letter of Intent is required before submitting a full application.
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