DHEC's STD/HIV Division provides contracts to community-based partners (pdf) to deliver HIV, STD and viral hepatitis prevention services.
Request for Grant Applications (RFGA)
Community Based HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Prevention Services
RFGA - HV - 205: Webinar recording
Community Based HIV Treatment Services
Applicants that are funded in response to the RFGA will provide comprehensive, high quality HIV care services for low-income people living with HIV (PLWH). Services must be in alignment with the United States National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), updated to 2020, and Ending the HIV Epidemic: Plan for America. As part of this application for Ryan White Part B funds, DHEC is also accepting applications for Ryan White Part B Minority AIDS Initiative (MAI) funding for statewide prison discharge planning and local jail outreach programs to increase racial and ethnic minority populations’ participation in the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).
- Request for Grant Applications – RFGA-HV-206 - (PDF)
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- RWB RFGA Budget Template - (XLSX)
- RWB Base Implementation Plan - (XLSX)
- MAI Implementation Plan - (XLSX)
- Emerging Communities Implementation Plan - (XLSX)
- RFGA-HV-206 Questions and Answers
- RFGA-HV-206 Webinar PowerPoint Slides (including IP and BNCAP Technical Assistance)
- RFGA-HV-206 Amendment #1
- RFGA-HV-206 – Notice of Intent to Award (PDF)
Community Based HIV Services
The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control offers this Request for Grant Applications for the funds administered by DHEC for the State of South Carolina from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Housing for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program. It is the intent of DHEC to accept applications to fund HOPWA Project Sponsors to provide emergency housing assistance, defined as short-term rent, mortgage and utilities (STRMU) assistance; supportive services, permanent housing placement (PHP), and transitional short-term housing subsidy (TSHS) to low-income persons with HIV disease who are homeless or who are at risk of becoming homeless.