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Technical Assistance and Capacity Development Demonstration Grant Program for HIV/AIDS-Related Services in Minority Communities
FY 2005-2007 Grantees

Grant recipients will identify community-based minority-serving organizations that are well linked with minority populations affected by HIV/AIDS, and which have recognized needs and/or gaps in their capacity to provide HIV/AIDS-related prevention and care services.

The Technical Assistance and Capacity Development Demonstration Grant Program for HIV/AIDS-Related Services in Minority Communities (TACD) is administered by the Office of Minority Health (OMH), located within the Office of Public Health and Science of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The OMH was created in December 1985 with a mission to improve the health of racial and ethnic minority populations through the development of policies and programs that address disparities and gaps. Consistent with its mission, the role of OMH is to serve as the focal point within HHS for leadership, policy development and coordination, service demonstrations, information exchange, coalition and partnership building, and related efforts to address the health needs of racial and ethnic minorities.

The TACD Program was developed in 1999 as part of the Minority HIV/AIDS Initiative to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in minority communities. The purpose of the Program is to stimulate and foster the development of effective and durable service delivery capacity for HIV prevention and treatment among organizations closely linked with the minority populations impacted by HIV/AIDS. Specifically, the goals of the Program are to: (1) provide administrative and programmatic technical assistance to enable community-based minority-serving organizations to enhance their delivery of necessary services; and (2) assist those community-based minority-serving organizations, through an ongoing mentoring relationship, in the development of their capacity as fiscally viable and programmatically effective organizations thereby allowing them to successfully compete for federal and other resources. Expected project outcomes include increased number of community-based minority-serving organizations with the programmatic capacity to provide appropriate and effective HIV/AIDS services; increased potential for sustainability of those organizations as evidenced by systems change; increased number of community-based minority-serving organizations with the administrative and programmatic capacity to compete successfully for funding to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic; and increased reach of the organizations’ services within the community, as evidenced by increases in the client base, utilization rates and development of formal partnerships with other organizations.

This fact sheet describes the 17 projects funded in FY 2005 for the three-year project period September 1, 2005 through August 31, 2008. The projects, located in 10 states, carry out activities that address administrative and programmatic needs among community-based minority-serving organizations. Examples of the various activities implemented to address the purposes of the TACD Program include organizational assessments, mentoring, workshops on specific topics such as grant writing, and annual conferences to foster staff development.

For additional information, please contact the Division of Program Operations, Office of Minority Health.

Summary List of Grantees
StateGrantee
CALIFORNIAAsian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center
San Francisco, CA 94109
$278,250
Bienestar Human Services
Los Angeles, CA 90022
$278,139
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco, CA 94102
$271,665
CONNECTICUT Latinos/as Contra SIDA, Inc.
Hartford, CT 06114
$268,969
FLORIDAUnion Positiva, Inc.
Miami, FL 33135
$278,250
ILLINOISHoward Brown Health Center
Chicago, IL 60613
$277,701
The CORE Foundation
Chicago, IL 60612
$278,250
LOUISIANABaton Rouge AIDS Society
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
$278,215
MARYLANDBaltimore City Health Department
Baltimore, MD 21202
$278,250
MASSACHUSETTSHolyoke Health Center, Inc.
Holyoke, MA 01041
$278,250
Multicultural AIDS Coalition
Boston, MA 02118
$278,250
NEW JERSEYNorth Jersey AIDS Alliance d.b.a. NJCRI
Newark, NJ 07103
$278,250
Puerto Rican Organization for Community Education and Economic Development
Elizabeth, NJ 07201
$278,250
NEW YORKCommunity Resource Exchange
New York, NY 10006
$278,250
Harlem United Community AIDS Center, Inc.
New York, NY 10027
$278,184
PENNSYLVANIAPhiladelphia Health Management Corp.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
$278,250
The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium
Philadelphia, PA 19102
$276,493



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