High Impact HIV Prevention for MSM, Transgender Persons of Color

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HIV agencies have long identified the need to address the care and prevention continuum in service delivery. Bridging the care and prevention continuum, often referred to as a status-neutral approach, is a focus of a new CDC program, Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Programs for Young Men of Color Who have Sex with Men and Young Transgender Persons of Color, which prioritizes work like PrEP uptake and early entry into HIV care. 

Many of the 36 agencies that received prevention grants in April under this CDC initiative are also HIV care agencies funded by HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. Grant recipients are scattered across the nation, with concentrations in the South, California, and New York/New Jersey.

See our topic pages on key populations including MSM and transgender people and a recent webinar, Status Neutral Approaches NYC, Texas, and Detroit.

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