Training and Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreements Targeting Ryan White Care Act Title IV Grantees
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Federal Grant Title:
TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS TARGETING RYAN WHITE CARE ACT TITLE IV GRANTEES
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Additional Information on Eligibility
Eligible applicants are public and nonprofit private entities and schools and academic health science centers. Faith-based and community-based organizations are eligible to apply.
This Cooperative Agreement is intended to assist in providing training and technical assistance to Ryan White CARE Act Title IV grantees and other programs with an interest in improving access to primary medical care, research and support services for HIV-infected infants, children, youth, and women and their affected families. Applicants will assist the grantees in understanding and putting into action the requirements of the CARE Act and research based best practices for high quality, comprehensive HIV primary care and support service delivery to people living with HIV/AIDS. The Cooperative Agreement will transfer knowledge and provide practical help to a diverse group of organizations and individuals, including direct service staff of State/local AIDS programs, State/local health departments, CARE Act grantees and their subcontractors, other AIDS service organizations, community based organizations and faith-based organizations; members of CARE Act! and consumers. Cooperative Agreement recipients will build upon the lessons learned from other training, technical assistance and capacity building efforts sponsored by the HIV/AIDS Bureau and work to address needs not fulfilled by existing efforts.