Inventory of Technical Assistance Resources for EHE Jurisdictions

HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB)

Compilation of resources available to assist jurisdictions with Ending the HIV Epidemic activities.

CDC | HRSA EHE | HRSA Non-EHE | HUD | IHS | MHAF | NIH | SAMHSA


CDC

  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 04/01/2020- 03/31/2023 (3 years)
  • Recipient: 1) University of California, San Francisco PTC, 2) Denver Health and Hospital Authority PTC, 3) University of Washington STD PTC, 4) Washington University, St. Louis STD/HIV PTC, 5) Massachusetts Department of Public Health PTC, 6) Columbia STD/HIV PTC, 7
  • Project Description: To strengthen the clinical, laboratory infrastructure and health delivery systems of STD specialty clinics serving a high proportion of racial/ethnic and sexual minorities, including transgender individuals, in EHE jurisdictions to enhance and scale up culturally competent HIV and STD prevention services through the provision of Training/Technical Assistance.
  • Target Audience: STD clinics, Healthcare Providers
  • Contact Information: Ted Castellanos ([email protected]), Raul Romaguera ([email protected]), Laura Bachmann ([email protected]) Allie Coor ([email protected])
  • Federal Agency: CDC
  • Resources: Questions can be submitted to the Component C mailbox at [email protected]
    STD Treatment Resources
    Clinical Consultations
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement
  • Project Period: 09/30/2019- 03/31/2024 (5 years)
  • Recipient: 17 CBA/TA Organizations: Component 1: Education, Training, and Research (ETR) Associates, Inc. (1A), HealthHIV (1A), Cicatelli Associates, Inc. (1B); Component 2: South - My Brother's Keeper (2A), Latino Commission on AIDS(2B), NASTAD (2C); Northeast - P
  • Project Description: The PS19-1904 program supports the federal initiative, Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America by strengthening the capacity and improving the performance of the nation’s HIV prevention workforce – including staff at state and local health departments, community-based organizations (CBOs) and healthcare providers – the program will provide the hardest hit communities with the additional expertise, technology, and resources required to address the HIV epidemic. This NOFO supports a CBA Provider Network (CPN) to implement the following four program components: 1) national training; 2) regional technical assistance; 3) continuous quality improvement and sustainability for community-based organizations (CBOs); and 4) marketing and administrative support for the CPN.
  • Target Audience: Health Departments, Community-based Organizations, and Healthcare Providers
  • Contact Information: DaDera Moore Email: [email protected]
  • Federal Agency: CDC
  • Resources: Funding Announcement
    Executive Summary
    Submit a CBA Tracking System (CTS) request at CTS
    Capacity Building Providers Network Directory
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 08/01/2020- 03/31/2021 (8-Months)
  • Recipient: AIDS United, NASTAD, NYCDOH&MH, and California Prevention Training Center (CaPTC)
  • Project Description: The purpose of this supplemental funding is to expand current regional TA programmatic activities to include Community Engagement for Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE). This 8-month, intensive TA effort will specifically build the capacity of new and non-traditional local partners (e.g., non-funded community-based organizations, healthcare provider organizations, mental health providers, substance use disorder providers, payers, corrections, businesses/social media, etc.) to collaborate with state and local health departments in the development and implementation of EHE plans within Phase I state and county jurisdictions.
  • Target Audience: Health Departments, EHE stakeholders
  • Contact Information: DaDera Moore [email protected]
  • Federal Agency: CDC
  • Resources: CBAs will actively reach out to the EHE funded health department jurisdictions
    CDC's HIV Capacity Building Assistance Resources
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement
  • Project Period: 09/30/2019- 03/31/2024 (5 years)
  • Recipient: NASTAD
  • Project Description: PS19-1906: Component A: National Network to Enhance Strategic Communications, Partnerships, Policy Analysis and Interpretation across 32 PS19-1906 Component B Recipients and 57 Phase 1 Counties. NASTAD, is to actively assist participants in CDC-supported multi-sectoral national and state partnerships, support communication channels, and provide peer-to-peer TA to participants that include state and local HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs, national partners, the community, and other EHE stakeholders.
  • Target Audience: Health Departments, EHE stakeholders
  • Contact Information: Maria E Alvarez [email protected] Erica Dunbar [email protected]
  • Federal Agency: CDC
  • Resources: PS19-1906 Announcement
    NASTAD
    NASTAD's EHE Site

HRSA

  • Funding Mechanism: Grant
  • Project Period: 08/01/2021-07/30/2023
  • Recipient: BPHC Health Centers
  • Project Description: Ending the HIV Epidemic- Primary Care HIV Prevention will expand HIV prevention services that decrease the risk of HIV transmission in geographic locations identifid by Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America.
  • Target Audience: BPHC Health Centers
  • Contact Information:
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 21-092 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 02/28/2025
  • Recipient: NASTAD
  • Project Description: The SCP delivers TA aimed at strengthening healthcare system engagement in local EHE efforts by supporting the coordination of planning activities, alignment of funding sources, and program implementation.
  • Target Audience: HRSA 20-078 Recipients: RWHAP Parts A and B
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Tamika Martin Recipient Contact: Edwin Corbin-Gutierrez
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 20-089 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 02/28/2025
  • Recipient: Cicatelli Associates, Inc. (CAI)
  • Project Description: The TAP delivers TA to strengthen EHE work plans, support implementation of innovative approaches, and interventions, promote cross-jurisdictional learning, and ensure jurisdictions have access to the resources they need through its innovation network.
  • Target Audience: HRSA 20-078 Recipients: RWHAP Parts A and B
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Tamika Martin Recipient Contact: William Murphy
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 20-079 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 07/01/2020- 06/30/2025
  • Recipient:
  • Project Description: The NCCC provides expert consultation to health care professionals on HIV prevention, care, and treatment in the geographic areas targeted by the EHE initiative, including diagnosis, testing, antiretroviral therapy, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), perinatal HIV management, hepatitis B and C virus HIV coinfections, and behavioral health management for people with HIV.
  • Target Audience: Healthcare Providers
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: CDR Madia Ricks
  • Recipient Contact: Ronald Goldschmidt
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 20-072 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 08/31/2023
  • Recipient: Rutgers University
  • Project Description: The NCRC provides nationally curated T/TA resources through its facilitated communities of practice, regular information updates on treatment and care practices, national clinical conference for HIV care and treatment providers, and other HIV care related meetings and events.
  • Target Audience: Healthcare Providers
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Anna Poker
  • Recipient Contact: John Nelson
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 19-036 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 08/31/2022
  • Recipient: University of Washington
  • Project Description: The National HIV Curricula (NHC) e-Learning Platform provides an interactive web-based curriculum with the latest science, treatment protocols, practices and federal guidelines for educating health professionals on the optimal care and treatment of PWH. It offers resources and continuing education credits to meet the learning needs of the HIV workforce in EHE designated areas.
  • Target Audience: Healthcare Providers
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Terri` Richards
  • Recipient Contact: Dr. David Spach
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 19-041 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 08/31/2022
  • Recipient: University of Washington
  • Project Description: The NHC e-Learning Platform provides an interactive web-based curriculum with the latest science, treatment protocols, practices and federal guidelines for educating health professionals on the optimal care and treatment of PWH. It offers resources and continuing education credits to meet the learning needs of the HIV workforce in EHE designated areas.
  • Target Audience: Healthcare Providers
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Terri` Richards
  • Recipient Contact: Dr. David Spach
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 18-110 Announcement
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Taria Poteat
  • Recipient Contact: Linda Rose Frank
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Mid-Atlantic AETC
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, and Wisconsin
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: CDR Madia Ricks
  • Recipient Contact: Ricardo Rivero
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Midwest AETC
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: University of Washington
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, North and South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Taria Poteat
  • Recipient Contact: Laurie Sylla
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources:
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Anna Poker
  • Recipient Contact: Philip Bolduc
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources:
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: Columbia University, Dept. of Psychiatry
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Taria Poteat
  • Recipient Contact: Daria Boccher-Lattimore
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources:
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: University of California San Francisco
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and the 6 U.S.-affiliated Pacific Jurisdictions
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Terri` Richards
  • Recipient Contact: Prescott Chow
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources:
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: CDR Madia Ricks
  • Recipient Contact: Tracy Jungwirth
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources:
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement: HRSA 19-035 Supplemental Funding
  • Project Period: 03/01/2020- 06/30/2024
  • Recipient: Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic
  • Project Description: Regional AETCs deliver targeted, multidisciplinary education and training to new and experienced health care professionals to enable them to provide quality HIV care and treatment including PrEP, in EHE jurisdictions; and build and strengthen the capacity of the HIV workforce in EHE jurisdictions (i.e. HIV testing, linkage to care, evidence-informed interventions).
  • Target Audience: New and experienced health care professionals who provide care and treatment for people with or at risk for, HIV (PWH). Serves: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Anna Poker
  • Recipient Contact: Jennifer Burdge
  • Federal Agency: HRSA

HRSA Non-EHE Resources

*Not funded through the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative.

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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Some lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people face an increased risk for HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The increased risk of HIV and STIs in these populations stems from both social and biological factors. Health center clinicians can help address HIV and STIs among LGBTQ people by screening appropriately based on a comprehensive sexual history, providing culturally appropriate safer sex counseling, and offering biomedical prevention strategies, such as vaccinations and pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV (PrEP).
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Addressing HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections Among LGBTQ People: A Primer for Health Centers
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: During this webinar, participants will learn how to improve access to PrEP through Monitoring and Engagement with patients, including real-time challenges and solutions that health centers face daily as they integrate HIV care and testing into primary care settings
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Ending the HIV Epidemic- Improving PrEP Access through Monitoring and Engagement
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: During this webinar, participants will learn about implementing and utilizing telehealth as a method to improve access to care for patients living with HIV and PrEP prescribing practices.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Ending the HIV Epidemic- Using telehealth to advance PrEP prescribing practices
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This webinar focuses on the clinical aspects of Ending the HIV epidemic, and use of health IT and EHR to support clinical care.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Ending the HIV Epidemic: The Health Center Role
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: a webinar on how to develop a social media strategy to improve your health center’s HIV prevention and care outreach. Using the POST (People, Objectives, Strategy, Technology) method, attendees learned how to use social media more efficiently to reach your target audiences. We also reviewed social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, their uses and differences. Attendees received recommendations for social media management and graphic design tools at the end of the discussion
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HITEQ Highlights: Getting Started with a Social Media Strategy for HIV Prevention and Care
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Join the HITEQ Center, in collaboration with the National Council for Behavioral Health, for a webinar on understanding from a beginner perspective, how to integrate HIV prevention, screening into integrated behavioral health services, including how to identify patients at risk for HIV with a focus on SUD, facilitate screening, and prompting for re-screening at appropriate intervals.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HITEQ Highlights: HIV Prevention and Treatment for patients with SUD in an Integrated Behavioral Health Setting
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: The HITEQ Center is launching a new webinar series for health centers to learn how their health center peers are using health IT to improve HIV prevention and care. For the first webinar, Using Health IT to Facilitate the Development and Administration of a PrEP Program, Robert Harris from the Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc. described their whole system approach to develop an IT-supported PrEP program. Robert presented how they developed a viable and sustainable PrEP program maximizing the use of IT resources while minimizing the amount of staff resources needed to administer the program effectively.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HITEQ Highlights: Using Health IT to Facilitate the Development and Administration of a PrEP Progra
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: During this webinar, participants will learn how to 1) describe risk factors for HIV and STIs among LGBTQ people, 2) summarize strategies to reduce HIV and STIs among LGBTQ people and 3) identify how to incorporate a package of prevention services into routine clinical care for LGBTQ people.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HIV and STI Prevention among LGBTQ People
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: HIV by State: Testing, Diagnosis, & Linkage to Care Data source: HRSA Bureau of Primary Health Care Uniform Data System, January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HIV by State: Testing, Diagnosis, and Linkage to Care
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: The HIV epidemic disproportionately affects the Southern U.S., where 51% of new HIV diagnoses occurred in 2013. Despite substantial progress along the continuum of care, HIV remains a major health concern in the South, particularly for young, Black gay and bisexual men, other men who have sex men (MSM), and transgender women. Our new publication “HIV Prevention in the South: Reducing Stigma, Increasing Access” presents four strategic elements for preventing the further spread of HIV among vulnerable populations in the South, and suggests a more hopeful future for reducing the HIV epidemic.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HIV Prevention in the South
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Dr. Kevin Ard and Dr. Jennifer Reske-Nielsen discuss HIV and PrEP in primary care and sexual health clinic settings, and the current state of HIV research and treatment in the United States.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HIV Prevention/PrEP at Health Centers: An Overview and Current Best Practices
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS) is the federal housing program which provides both housing subsidies and services for vulnerable populations. Recent changes to the allocation and eligibility requirements under the program provide new opportunity for Health Centers to collaborate with their local communities to support the federal goal to eliminate HIV/AIDS. This series translates federal housing policies to help health centers understand the impact and how to coordinate and adapt programming to create the most beneficial outcomes for clients.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS and HOPWA Modernization: HUD Policy Brief Understanding the Impact of Housing Policies for Health Centers
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Getting tested for HIV is a powerful step towards taking control of one’s sexual health. Opt-out HIV testing, sometimes referred to as universal screening, is defined as conducting HIV testing after notifying patients that the test will be conducted and that they may decline or defer testing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), opt-out testing is an evidence-based approach that has been shown to remove the stigma associated with HIV testing, foster earlier diagnosis and treatment, reduce transmission risk, and is cost-effective.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Implementing Opt-Out HIV Screening in Your Health Center
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: The toolkit below captures the resources, tools, and lessons learned from P4C health centers during the project. As health centers integrate HIV and primary care, they may find this information helpful. This three-module toolkit includes case studies and vignettes from P4C grantees, addressing the five P4C focal areas include: Workforce development, Infrastructure development, Service delivery, Quality improvement and evaluation, Sustainable partnerships.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Integrating HIV Care, Treatment & Prevention Services into Primary Care – A Toolkit for Health Centers
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  • Project Description: In this webinar Dr. Rupa Patel discusses pharmacy and financing considerations for initiating and managing PrEP. Dr. Patel, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of the PrEP for HIV Program at the Washington University of Medicine in St. Louis, will explore these topics and provide guidance for health centers providing PrEP to their patients.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Pharmacy and Finance for PrEP
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Despite major advancements in HIV testing, treatment, and prevention, HIV diagnoses in the United States have remained stable since 2013. The introduction of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) has offered an opportunity to significantly reduce HIV transmission rates, yet those most at risk are not the ones utilizing this method of prevention. This fact sheet explores the intersection of HIV and homelessness, focusing on subpopulations with disproportionate rates of infection. It also provides promising practices in prevention and treatment, including recommendations around the initiation of PrEP in the Health Care for the Homeless setting.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention: Considerations for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: In this webinar experts from Fenway Health and HITEQ discuss using data, electronic health records, and informatics to make informed decisions regarding PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) for HIV prevention. The webinar covers both clinical data usage and administrative staff support in using data and informatics for optimizing PrEP in health centers.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: PrEP and Informatics
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This brief offers health centers an introduction to providing trauma-informed care for HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM). The overall aims are to help health center staff understand the disproportionate prevalence of trauma and stress-related disorders among HIV-positive MSM, recognize the relationship of trauma to overall health and decreased engagement in primary care among HIV-positive MSM. This brief will also outline the promising practices in trauma-informed care to improve engagement of HIV-positive MSM in behavioral health and primary care.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Providing Trauma-Informed Care at Health Centers for HIV-Positive Men Who Have Sex with Men
  • Funding Mechanism: Contract
  • Project Period: 09/01/2020-08/31/2021
  • Recipient: Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC)
  • Project Description: The GHPC delivers relationship-based TA focused on the individual needs of each grantee. This highly individualized and flexible TA meets emerging needs, challenges, and opportunities grantees and their partners face through each stage of their projects.
  • Target Audience: HRSA 20-105 Recipients
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Jillian Causey; Recipient Contact: Amanda Phillips Martinez
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: HRSA 20-105 Announcement
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  • Project Description: The goal of the Southeast Practice Transformation Expansion Project (SEPTEP) was to train selected health center champions, administrators, providers and staff in HIV screening, testing, and linkage to care. The SEPTEP project also endeavored to address stigma and other social barriers by applying culture change leadership in an effort to “move the needle” in the following areas: Implementing opt-out HIV testing, Establishing linkages to HIV care, Creating a stigma-free, culturally humble clinical setting, Integrating sexual history taking into all visits, Prescribing Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) to patients at risk. Password: move the needle
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: SEPTEP Webinar Archives
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This two-part webinar series explored the importance of discussing safe sexual practices with LGBTQIA+ older adults and explained the value of connecting at-risk individuals to HIV prevention methods like PrEP.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: Sexual Health and Wellness for LGBTQIA+ Older Adults
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Health centers currently monitor HIV tests, HIV diagnoses, and Linkage to HIV care for patients newly diagnosed. According to the 2019 UDS data, more than 190,000 patients living with HIV receive medical care services at health care centers, including many sites co-funded by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: State-level HIV-related Infographics: Identifying opportunities for improvements in health centers
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  • Project Description: Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, has long been recognized as an effective treatment in the effort to end the HIV epidemic. Prescribing PrEP should be considered as part comprehensive prevention plan that includes a discussion about adherence to PrEP, condom use, other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and other risk reduction methods. This HITEQ brief presents an overview of how health centers can utilize telehealth for PrEP access, or TelePrEP, for comprehensive care, and includes innovations and resources that health centers can utilize to extend these services to their patient populations.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: TelePrEP for Health Centers: Telehealth Resources and Innovations for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
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  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Dr. Kevin Ard will use clinical cases to explore recent advances in HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and sexually-transmitted infection prevention and treatment for LGBTQ people, discussing implications for primary and specialty care.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: HRSA
  • Resources: What's New In PrEP and STIs? Cases from a Sexual Health Clinic

Department of Housing and Urban Development

  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: Updated annual
  • Recipient: HOPWA
  • Project Description: The EHE HOPWA Resource Tool matches the Phase I EHE jurisdictions with HOPWA formula grantee areas. The tool includes HOPWA grantees’ performance profiles, HOPWA Formula Modernization projections, and contact information. This tool will provide our partners with a reference to where HOPWA and EHE’s plans intersect, show how Modernization may affect the goals of EHE, and help EHE planners organize with HIV housing stakeholders.
  • Target Audience: EHE Phase 1 jurisdictions
  • Contact Information: Erik Hyska [email protected]
  • Federal Agency: HUD
  • Resources: HUD Exchange: Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS
    HUD Exchange: HOPWA Ask a Question

Indian Health Service (MHAF Supported)

*Not funded through the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative.

  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma
  • Project Description: Empowering Healthier Tribal Communities: EHE Pilot Project -- Ending HIV in the Cherokee Nation
  • Target Audience: The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and its constituents
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Dr. Jorge Mera (CNHS)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Nine (of 12) Tribal Epidemiology Centers around the U.S.
  • Project Description: Empowering Healthier Tribal Communities: Tribal Epidemiolgy Centers (TECs) collect HIV and related health status data, provide HIV, HCV, and STI disease surveillance, and assist tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian organizations to reach EHE goals.
  • Target Audience: American Indian & Alaska Native Communities in the U.S.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Lisa Neel (IHS)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  • Project Description: Enhancing Telehealth: Provide TeleECHO networks for HIV, HCV, and associated syndemics for a rural health network serving 2.5 million and increase the number of AI/AN patients treated for HIV or receiving PrEP.
  • Target Audience: American Indian & Alaska Native Communities in the U.S.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Stephanie Craig Rushing (NPAIHB)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: Cooperative Agreement
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
  • Project Description: Health Tech Case Mgmt for HIV Care: Reduce new HIV infections via biomedical interventions in the areas of greatest need in Indian Country, including increasing PrEP patient cohorts by increasing the role of clinical pharmacists.
  • Target Audience: Alaska Native healthcare facilities that provide HIV care and prevention services and their constituents.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Terri Bramel (ANTHC)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Shiprock - Northern Navajo Medical Center
  • Project Description: Health Tech Case Mgmt for HIV Care: Reduce new HIV infections via biomedical interventions in the areas of greatest need in Indian Country, including increasing PrEP patient cohorts by increasing the role of clinical pharmacists.
  • Target Audience: The Northern Navajo Medical Cetner and its constituents.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact:
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Gallup Indian Medical Center
  • Project Description: Health Tech Case Mgmt for HIV Care: Reduce new HIV infections via biomedical interventions in the areas of greatest need in Indian Country, including increasing PrEP patient cohorts by increasing the role of clinical pharmacists.
  • Target Audience: The Gallup Indian Medical Center and its constituents.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact:
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility
  • Project Description: Health Tech Case Mgmt for HIV Care: Reduce new HIV infections via biomedical interventions in the areas of greatest need in Indian Country, including increasing PrEP patient cohorts by increasing the role of clinical pharmacists.
  • Target Audience: The Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility and its constituents
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact:
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Phoenix Indian Medical Center
  • Project Description: Health Tech Case Mgmt for HIV Care: Reduce new HIV infections via biomedical interventions in the areas of greatest need in Indian Country, including increasing PrEP patient cohorts by increasing the role of clinical pharmacists.
  • Target Audience: The Phoenix Indian Medical Center and it constituents
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Dr. Paul Bloomquist (PIMC)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board
  • Project Description: National Native HIV Network: IHS gave the AAIHB the directive to support the NNHN to assist American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN)-serving organizations and agencies with HIV testing and treatment services. IHS charged the Network with capacity-building assistance to support extensive HIV community engagement strategies, and dissemination information at regional and national levels, and support professional and leadership development to sustain these efforts.
  • Target Audience: American Indian & Alaska Native Communities in the U.S.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Savannah Gene (AAIHB)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  • Project Description: National T/A and Outreach for HIV and HCV: Provide technical assistance and capacity building towards universal HIV screening, which has increased in IHS-operated facilities from 31 percent in 2012 to 55 percent in 2018. Likewise, Hepatitis C screening for people born 1945-1965 rose from 11 percent in 2012 to 64 percent in 2018.
  • Target Audience: Health care providers serving American Indians & Alaska Native in the U.S.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Jessica Leston (NPAIHB)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: 10/01/2020 - 09/30/2021
  • Recipient: Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  • Project Description: Project Red Talon: Reach Native teens and young adults and the clinics that serve them, equipping tribes and urban Indian health centers to carry out the four core strategies included in EHE by building and funding a network of partners who will, in turn, propose and carry out cross-cutting projects to address current EHE gaps.
  • Target Audience: American Indian & Alaska Native Communities in the U.S.
  • Contact Information: Project Officer: Rick Haverkate (IHS) Recipient Contact: Stephanie Craig Rushing (NPAIHB)
  • Federal Agency: IHS
  • Resources: What Is the Minority AIDS Fund?

Minority HIV/AIDS Fund (MHAF)

  • Funding Mechanism: Minority HIV/AIDS Fund (MHAF)
  • Project Period: 2019 - Ongoing
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Serve as the lead point of contact for OIPD EHE in regions 4 (Atlanta, GA), 6 (Dallas, TX), 9 (Los Angeles, CA). Facilitate collaborative working relationships and enhance partnerships to develop, implement, and evaluate EHE goals. Serve as trusted partners of communities to increase EHE awareness, community participation in the EHE planning process, and connect community groups to existing HIV resources. Share and encourage best practices and innovations to achieve EHE goals.
  • Target Audience: Phase I Jurisdictions - -PACE Region 4: Florida (Broward County, Duval County, Hillsborugh County, Miami-Dade County, Orange County, Palm Beach County, Pinellas County), Georgia (Cobb County, Dekalb County, Fulton County)
  • Contact Information:
    • PACE Director Region 4: John Oguntomilade
    • PACE Deputy Director Region 4: Nelly Gazarian
    • PACE Public Health Analyst: Janesa Licorish
    • PACE Director Region 6: Luz Rivera
    • PACE Deputy Director Region 6: Rodrigo Chavez
    • PACE Director Region 9: Michelle Sandoval
  • Federal Agency: OASH
  • Resources: Program Announcement

National Institutes of Health

  • Funding Mechanism: Supplemental funding
  • Project Period: 1 year
  • Recipient: Third Coast CFAR (Northwestern University)
  • Project Description: ISC3I is a coordinating and technical support center funded to support EHE implementation science projects funded to Centers for AIDS Research (CFARs) and AIDS Research Centers (ARCs). ISCI supports EHE implementation science projects by providing technical assistance from experts on IS designs, frameworks, strategies, measures, and outcomes. ISC3I also creates opportunities to develop generalizable knowledge from local knowledge by encouraging the use of shared frameworks and harmonized measures, synthesizing data across projects, and encouraging cross-project collaboration.
  • Target Audience: CFAR and ARC investigators and their implementing partners
  • Contact Information: Ann Namkung Lee [email protected] Christopher Gordon [email protected]
  • Federal Agency: NIH
  • Resources: Implementation Science Coordination, Consultation and Collaboration Initiative
  • Funding Mechanism: Supplemental funding
  • Project Period: 1 year
  • Recipient: Johns Hopkins CFAR, DC CFAR, Penn CFAR
  • Project Description: Provides technical assistance in implementation science to CFAR/ARC EHE awardees through coaching, group-based mentorship, training and review. MACC+ provides mentorship and development opportunities to CFAR investigators, EHE awardees, health department officials and community stakeholders through didactic virtual and face-to-face training, applied learning activities, and competitive opportunities for intensive IS training and seed funding.
  • Target Audience: CFAR and ARC investigators and their implementing partners
  • Contact Information: Ann Namkung Lee ([email protected]), Christopher Gordon ([email protected])
  • Federal Agency: NIH
  • Funding Mechanism: Supplemental funding
  • Project Period: 1 year
  • Recipient: Yale ARC (CIRA)
  • Project Description: Provides technical assistance, coaching, training, and consultative services to EHE project teams and collaborate with the EHE coordinating center, creating opportunities to generate generalizable knowledge
  • Target Audience: CFAR and ARC investigators and their implementing partners
  • Contact Information: Ann Namkung Lee ([email protected]), Christopher Gordon ([email protected])
  • Federal Agency: NIH
  • Funding Mechanism: Supplemental funding
  • Project Period: 1 year
  • Recipient: SD CFAR
  • Project Description: Provides consultation and technical assistance through multi-method coaching and training to EHE projects on IS designs, frameworks, strategies, measures, outcomes, and community-academic partnerships.
  • Target Audience: CFAR and ARC investigators and their implementing partners
  • Contact Information: Ann Namkung Lee ([email protected]), Christopher Gordon ([email protected])
  • Federal Agency: NIH
  • Funding Mechanism: Supplemental funding
  • Project Period: 1 year
  • Recipient: UAB CFAR
  • Project Description: Provides consultation, coaching, and technical assistance in IS designs, frameworks, measures and outcomes to assigned EHE supplement project teams.
  • Target Audience: CFAR and ARC investigators and their implementing partners
  • Contact Information: Ann Namkung Lee ([email protected]), Christopher Gordon ([email protected])
  • Federal Agency: NIH
  • Funding Mechanism: Supplemental funding
  • Project Period: 1 year
  • Recipient: UCLA ARC (CHIPTS)
  • Project Description: Provides implementation science training and ongoing coaching and technical assistance to EHE grantees, with a focus on cutting-edge 3R methods, strategies, models, theories, and frameworks.
  • Target Audience: CFAR and ARC investigators and their implementing partners
  • Contact Information: Ann Namkung Lee ([email protected]), Christopher Gordon ([email protected])
  • Federal Agency: NIH

Substance Abuse and Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Non-EHE Funded Resources

*Not funded through the Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative.

  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This 1-hour, self-paced course is designed for primary care providers caring for HIV patients. The course familiarizes providers with the advantages of screening for unhealthy alcohol use and equips providers with validated tools and strategies for screening and brief intervention in the context of routine care visits.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: HIV Courses
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: The National CLAS Standards are intended to advance health equity, improve quality, and help eliminate health care disparities. This webinar will discuss how health care organizations need to ensure that awareness, adoption, and implementation of the National CLAS Standards are incorporated to have a more inclusive definition of culture in order to better serve transgender individuals
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: CLAS in Behavioral Health: Health Equity for Individuals Living with HIV/AIDS
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: HIV Navigation Services (HNS) Training Pre-Course Module introduces the concept of HIV Navigation Services. HIV navigation is a process of services delivery to help a person obtain timely, essential and appropriate HIV-related medical and social services to optimize their health and prevent HIV transmission. Navigation includes linking persons to health care systems, assisting with health insurance and transportation, identifying and reducing barriers to care and tailoring health education to the client to influence their health-related attitudes and behaviors. Peer and paraprofessional navigation, ART initiation and adherence, education and counseling, outreach and case management approaches are recommended in guidelines on entry and retention in HIV care by the International Association of Providers in AIDS Care (2012).
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: HIV Courses
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This 1-hour, interactive online course is designed to increase knowledge and change competency of nonclinical providers to deliver HIV prevention practices and strategies. Content is derived from actual CDC Guidance Document Recommendations for HIV Prevention with Adults and Adolescents with HIV in the United States, 2014: Summary for Nonclinical Providers. Topics covered include Medical Care and Treatment; HIV and STD Prevention; Reproductive Health Services; and, Program Improvement.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: HIV Courses
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: A review of best practices for taking a health history via telehealth and syndromic management for genital tract infections, including one case study
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: HIV Courses
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a form of collaborative conversation for strengthening a person's own motivation and commitment to change, by eliciting and exploring the person's own reasons for change within an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion. This course takes the learner on a tour of the essential skills used to strengthen an individual’s motivation for behavior change.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: HIV Courses
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This conference will focus on the integration efforts that support a collaborative healthcare approach. Current medical updates in services for STIs, HIV, TB, hepatitis, family planning and addictions will be discussed.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: What's New in Opioids, Mental Health, HIV, and STIs (2 parts)
  • Funding Mechanism: n/a
  • Project Period: n/a
  • Recipient: n/a
  • Project Description: This course provides an overview of the health concerns for women with substance use disorders and the importance of integrated health and behavioral health services for early identification and interventions. It is geared toward both health care providers and individuals working in women’s behavioral health. It also includes a women’s HIV update as a special feature.
  • Target Audience: General public
  • Contact Information: n/a
  • Federal Agency: SAMHSA
  • Resources: HIV Courses

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