2013 New York City AIDS Fund Grants
The New York City AIDS Fund made 11 grants totaling $500,000 in 2013 for advocacy and public policy; improving the capacity of HIV service providers to serve clients; and HIV prevention.
Advocacy and Public Policy
Correctional Association of New York, $30,000 to monitor implementation of HIV and Hepatitis C health care in State prisons.
Legal Action Center of the City of New York, $30,000 to ensure that Medicaid reform in New York State incorporates policies appropriate for people with AIDS and HIV.
Voices of Community Activists and Leaders (VOCAL-NY), $30,000 to advocate for fair housing policies for people with AIDS.
Improving the Capacity of Providers to Serve People With AIDS
Amida Care, $60,000 to get hard-to-serve people with AIDS into comprehensive health care.
Community Health Action of Staten Island, $70,000 to get hard-to-serve people with AIDS into comprehensive health care.
Harlem Hospital Center, $55,000 for a computer program to facilitate education, treatment, and HIV testing of people at high risk for HIV infection.
Community Healthcare Network, $50,000 for HIV prevention and psychosocial services for transgender individuals at high risk for HIV.
Hispanic AIDS Forum, $50,000 for an HIV prevention and testing program for gay Latino men in the Bronx.
Love Heals – the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education, $50,000 for an HIV education program for girls and young women.
Red Hook Initiative, $50,000 for an HIV prevention and testing program for high-risk minority youth in Brooklyn.
Trinity Community Connections, $25,000 for HIV prevention and harm reduction workshops for homeless lesbian, gay, and transgender youth.