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Portland, Maine, HIV/AIDS Support Organization Awarded $3.8 Million in Federal Grants

April 4, 2012

US Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins announced last week the Frannie Peabody Center (FPC) in Portland is receiving $3.8 million in federal funds for its HIV/AIDS work.

Three of FPC's ongoing programs to provide housing support services for people living with HIV/AIDS were granted:

"This funding will be critical as the dedicated employees and volunteers of the Frannie Peabody Center continue to provide vital services to the community, and continue to provide compassionate care for the community infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Maine," the senators said in a joint statement.

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Excerpted from:
Bangor Daily News
04.02.2012; Seth Koenig




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