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VIRGINIA: $322,000 Grant Goes to AIDS Care in Hampton Roads




 

Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk) (09.21.11) - Monday, September 26,

Access AIDS Care has received a $322,388 CDC grant to expand HIV prevention programs in Hampton Roads, particularly targeting men of color, ages 16 to 29, who have sex with men. The outreach will be provided primarily by the LGBT Center of Hampton Roads in Norfolk, an AAC program funded by the Elton John AIDS Foundation. AAC was formerly known as Full Circle/CANDII. For more information, telephone 757-640-0929 or visit www.accessaids.org.



 


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