Indiana HIV/AIDS groups receive funding
BY Advocate.com Editors
January 08 2003 1:00 AM ET
Five social service organization in Indianapolis have received about $117,000 in funding from the Indiana AIDS Fund, The Indianapolis Star reports. Grants include: $44,000 to the Damien Center for HIV prevention programming for women of color; $10,000 to the Concord Center Association for risk-reduction programs for clients at high risk of HIV infection, including gay and bisexual men; $10,000 for the Indiana Youth Group's Cyber Project, which provides HIV prevention information online to rural Indiana youth; $8,000 for to Pathway to Recovery for prevention and education programs for homeless adults and an additional $25,000 for its Treatment Plus Health Program mobile van and community treatment efforts; and $20,000 to Shalom Health Care Center for an HIV prevention program for African-American and Latino youth.
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