Grants to USA public and nonprofit private entities in multiple states to improve access to HIV health care services to low-income children, youth, and women. Applicants are advised that required registrations may take several weeks to complete. Grants are available to current RWHAP Part D recipients and new organizations proposing to provide RWHAP Part D funded services in the geographic service areas listed in Appendix B of the NOFO, which can be found in the Attached Files section below.
This notice announces the opportunity to apply for funding under the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part D Coordinated HIV Services and Access to Research for Women, Infants, Children, and Youth (WICY) Existing Geographic Service Areas. The purpose of this program is to provide family-centered care in the outpatient or ambulatory care setting to low income WICY with HIV.Under this announcement, applicants must propose to provide family-centered care in outpatient or ambulatory care settings to low income women (25 years and older) with HIV, infants (up to two years of age) exposed to or with HIV, children (ages 2 to 12) with HIV, and youth (ages 13 to 24) with HIV. RWHAP Part D funding is intended to improve access to family-centered HIV medical care through the provision of coordinated, comprehensive, and culturally and linguistically competent services directly, through contract, or through memoranda of understanding (MOU).All applicants who submit an application to provide RWHAP Part D services for one of the published service areas in Appendix B may also apply in FY 2022 for RWHAP Part D supplemental funding. The purpose of this one-year supplemental funding is to strengthen organizational infrastructure to respond to the changing health care landscape and to increase capacity to develop, enhance, or expand access to high quality family-centered care services for low income WICY with HIV in the service area.For the purpose of implementing programs funded by RWHAP Part D, HIV family-centered care refers to outpatient or ambulatory care, including behavioral health, nutrition, and oral health services. Specialty care refers to specialty HIV care and specialty medical care such as obstetrics and gynecology, hepatology, and neurology. Support services may include, but are not limited to, the following:Family-centered care services, including case management, that address the health care needs of WICY with HIV in order to achieve optimal health outcomes.Referrals for additional services including a. referrals for inpatient hospital services, substance use disorder treatment, and mental health services; and b. referrals for other social and support services, as appropriate.Additional services necessary to enable the patient and the family to participate in the established program, including services designed to recruit and retain youth with HIV.The provision of information and education on opportunities to participate in HIV/AIDS-related clinical research.For more details, see Program Requirements and Expectations starting on page 17 of the NOFO in Attached Files below.

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