Federal funding for HIV / AIDS | HIV.gov
Each year, the federal government commits significant resources to the fight against HIV / AIDS. To increase the reach and effectiveness of HIV / AIDS services and programs, non-federal entities and researchers can receive federal funds in the form of direct grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements to support medical research. and expand awareness, prevention, and treatment services in communities across the country. Grants.gov is your primary source for FINDING and APPLYING for federal grants.
Below, you will find quick links to sources of information on HIV-specific grants from various federal agencies. To learn more about the roles of the various federal agencies, see the Federal Agencies and Activities section of this site. Elsewhere on this page, you can find links to the most recent publications related to funding announcements; others are available using the subject tag “funding”.
Agencies and offices funding HIV-related activities
US Department of Health and Human Services
Many agencies and offices of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) offer grants for HIV / AIDS prevention, testing, care and treatment and research.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC uses grants and cooperative agreements to fund research and non-research public health programs that advance the Agency’s public health mission. CDC’s HIV / AIDS Prevention Division maintains a HIV Funding Page with information on current CDC HIV prevention funding opportunities open to applicants as well as active grant programs for which grants have already been awarded. In addition, the CDC National information network on prevention Provides a database of HIV-related funding opportunity announcements from CDC and many other federal agencies, as well as funding opportunities related to viral hepatitis, STDs, tuberculosis, and school health. More information on CDC grants is available from CDC Grant Services Office.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
HRSA provides grants to organizations to improve and expand health care services for underserved people. HRSA’s Ryan White HIV / AIDS program provides a comprehensive system of care that includes primary medical care and essential support services for people living with HIV who are uninsured or underinsured. The program works with cities, states and local community organizations to provide HIV care and treatment services to more than half a million people each year. The program is divided into five parts, each of which provides grants to eligible entities. Find information about HRSA HIV / AIDS Open Grants Opportunities.
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The NIH is the world’s largest and largest public investment in AIDS research. Almost all of the 27 NIH Institutes and Centers (CIs) conduct and support basic, clinical, behavioral, social and translational research in the prevention and treatment of HIV disease and its co-infections, co-morbidities and other associated complications. . The NIH offers funding for many types of grants, contracts, and even programs that help repay researcher loans. Learn more about these funding programs, as well as the NIH budget process, grant policies, guidelines, and funding opportunities. here.
Addiction and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
SAMHSA leads public health efforts to advance the nation’s behavioral health. The agency makes funds available through the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, and the Center for Mental Health Services. These funding opportunities support programs for substance use disorders and mental illness. Some of these opportunities have elements related to the intersection of these behavioral health services and the prevention and care of HIV / AIDS and viral hepatitis. Find information on SAMHSA grants and learn about the SAMHSA grant application, review and administration process at this page.
Child and Family Administration (ACF)
ACF promotes the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities. ACF offers a variety of competitive and compulsory grant programs designed to promote the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities. Some of them include elements related to young people at risk of or living with HIV / AIDS. Find more information on ACF grants.
Center for Faith and Neighborhood Partnerships
The HHS Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships does not administer grants. However, it provides Resources to connect faith-based and community-based organizations to provide information.
HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH)
The OMH partners with communities and organizations in the public and private sectors to provide financial assistance in support of efforts to eliminate health disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations. Read on current and previous programs funded by the OMH. In addition, information specialists from the OMH Resource Center are available for provide research on federal and non-federal funding sources.
Other Federal Agencies Funding HIV Activities
In addition to the HHS, other federal agencies support funding programs for activities related to HIV / AIDS.
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
USAID works in 100 developing countries in partnership with other governments, businesses and private organizations to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient and democratic societies to realize their potential. Grant applicants can find links to programs supported by USAID, a major player in the implementation of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, as well as instructions on where and how to apply for grants and funding from USAID. on this page.
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
HUD housing options for people with AIDS (HOPWA) is the only federal program dedicated to the housing needs of people living with HIV / AIDS. Under the HOPWA program, HUD provides grants to local communities, states and non-profit organizations for projects that benefit low-income people living with HIV / AIDS and their families. Information on available HUD grants is available here.