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MICHIGAN: New Michigan AIDS Coalition Funded


PrideSource (11.07.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

Pride Source reported that the Community Restructuring Initiative (CRI), a new coalition of nine Michigan AIDS organizations, received a $25,000 planning grant from AIDS United in Washington, D.C. As Michigan’s AIDS agency leaders search for new ways to provide crucial services with fewer resources, CRI will use the grant to develop a strategic plan for closer collaboration among its members in response to factors such as changes in government funding and the impact of the new Affordable Care Act. CRI includes AIDS Partnership Michigan, Community AIDS Resource and Education Services, Community Health Awareness Group, Grand Rapids Red Project, Health Emergency Lifeline Programs, HIV/AIDS Resource Center, Lansing Area AIDS Network, Michigan AIDS Coalition, and Wellness AIDS Services.


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