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Thursday, 16 July 2015 15:54

CDC Awards HIV Funding to 90 CBOs ACCESS AIDS Care to Receive Funding Featured

NORFOLK, Va. –July 15, 2015– The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded ACCESS AIDS Care with $1.75 million to fund a new five-year collaborative targeted HIV testing program, aimed at Hampton Roads most vulnerable populations. 

ACCESS AIDS Care will use the new funding to deliver high-impact HIV prevention and testing to adult men and women who engage in injection or non-injection drug use.  This initiative will do so by providing testing to target areas around Hampton Roads and by ensuring individuals who are high risk or HIV-positive have access to prevention and support services.  The initiative will also provide condom distribution to HIV-positive, high risk and HIV-negative individuals.  Finally, the funding will assist the agency in integrating Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing into their current HIV testing program.  

This award is in part of a larger CDC initiative that granted a total of $216 million to 90 community-based organizations (CBOs) nationwide. Funding will help CBOs deliver effective HIV prevention strategies to those at greatest risk for HIV transmission.  CBOs have long been essential partners in CDC’s efforts to reduce new HIV infections and reduce HIV-related disparities. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the award on July 1.

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ACCESS AIDS Care is an AIDS service organization that provides free and confidential HIV testing throughout the year.  For over 25 years, ACCESS AIDS Care has helped those affected by HIV/AIDS through supportive and educational services.   For more information, visit, or call us at 757.640.0929. 

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Court One Office:

248 W. 24th Street
Norfolk, VA 23517
Providing: Care Management, Housing Services, Administrative Support, Outreach, Resource & Development & the Meals Program, HIV Testing



Granby Office:

3309 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23504
Providing: HIV Education, Transportation, HIV Testing & Outreach

Hampton / Newport News:

For services, please call 
(757) 722-5511

LGBT Center:

247 W. 25th Street
Norfolk, VA 23517

Providing: Community Meeting Space, Individual & Family Counseling, Resource Center, Adult & Youth Services, Social & Educational Events & FREE HIV Testing