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HHS to Award $1.79 Billion to Help People Living With HIV/AIDS

May 14, 2009

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today announced the release of $1.79 billion to ensure that people living with HIV/AIDS continue to have access to life-saving health care and medications. The grants are funded through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, which helps more than 529,000 individuals every year obtain the care and services they need to live longer, healthier lives.

"These grants will provide state-of-the-art treatment for people currently in care and critical services to newly diagnosed individuals who are being brought into care," said Jeffrey S. Crowley, director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy. "The care and services these grants will support can help Americans living with HIV/AIDS to live longer, healthier lives."

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency within HHS, oversees the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, which provides funding for health services for people who lack sufficient health care coverage or financial resources to cope with HIV disease.

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More than $1.16 billion will be sent to States and Territories under Part B of the Ryan White program, with $780 million of that total earmarked for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). Another $41 million in ADAP funds was distributed through competitive supplemental grants. For a list of Part B awards, see below.

A total of $590 million will pay for primary care and support services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS under Part A of the Ryan White program. Part A awards are distributed to eligible metropolitan areas (EMAs) with the highest number of people living with HIV/AIDS and to transitional grant areas (TGAs) experiencing increases in HIV/AIDS cases and emerging care needs. The Part A awards do not include funds for the Minority AIDS Initiative; those funds will be awarded in August. For a list of Part A awards, see below.

Close to $49 million will fund early intervention services that support medical, nutritional, psychosocial and other treatments for HIV-positive individuals. These grants, awarded under Part C of the program, go to community-based organizations such as health centers and nonprofit providers of primary health care for people living with HIV. Part C grants also may be used to hire case managers to help patients access care and remain in treatment. Additional Part C grants were awarded in January 2009; still more will be awarded this July. For a list of Part C awards, see below.

Seventy-five percent of Part A, B and C funds must be spent on "core medical services," which include outpatient health services, drug assistance, health insurance payments and medical nutrition therapy. The remaining 25 percent pays for support services that help people living with HIV/AIDS achieve desired medical outcomes. These services include respite care, medical transportation and linguistic services.

For information from about HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, treatment, research, and use of new media in response to HIV/AIDS visit www.AIDS.gov.


FY 2009 Part B Grants Total Excluding Base Supplemental and MAI

State/Territory FY 2009 Base FY 2009 ADAP Emerging Communities ADAP Supplemental Total Grants
Alabama $ 8,110,043 $ 9,218,808 $ 288,236 $ 1,742,691 $ 19,359,778
Alaska $ 500,000 $ 577,460 $ - 109,161 $ 1,186,621
Arizona $ 3,681,064 $ 9,658,763 $ - 1,965,782 $ 15,305,609
Arkansas $ 3,244,608 $ 4,174,689 $ - $ - $ 7,419,297
California $ 33,993,169 $ 94,104,451 165,802 $ - $ 128,263,422
Colorado $ 3,099,404 $ 9,612,191 $ - $ - $ 12,711,595
Connecticut $ 3,410,512 $ 11,550,284 $ - $ - $ 14,960,796
Delaware $ 2,229,589 $ 2,821,573 220,343 $ - $ 5,271,505
District of Columbia $ 4,411,353 $ 14,429,241 $ - $ - $ 18,840,594
Florida $ 32,193,826 $ 83,621,697 453,660 $ - $ 116,269,183
Georgia $ 11,208,160 $ 26,471,603 177,070 5,004,097 $ 42,860,930
Hawaii $ 1,239,296 $ 2,057,066 $ - 370,229 $ 3,666,591
Idaho $ 491,748 $ 623,246 $ - 117,816 $ 1,232,810
Illinois $ 9,126,346 $ 29,009,556 $ - $ - $ 38,135,902
Indiana $ 3,720,591 $ 7,634,997 $ - 1,443,293 $ 12,798,881
Iowa $ 1,237,264 $ 1,447,388 $ - 273,609 $ 2,958,261
Kansas $ 1,190,196 $ 2,456,542 $ - $ - $ 3,646,738
Kentucky $ 3,532,873 $ 4,330,107 212,295 232,000 $ 8,307,275
Louisiana $ 6,266,733 $ 15,135,021 $ - 2,858,853 $ 24,260,607
Maine $ 755,069 $ 866,121 $ - $ - $ 1,621,190
Maryland $ 8,613,844 $ 27,869,094 $ - $ - $ 36,482,938
Massachusetts $ 5,023,954 $ 14,865,398 $ - $ - $ 19,889,352
Michigan $ 5,126,913 $ 12,219,172 $ - $ - $ 17,346,085
Minnesota $ 1,917,992 $ 5,444,759 $ - $ - $ 7,362,751
Mississippi $ 6,409,650 $ 7,610,703 285,111 $ - $ 14,305,464
Missouri $ 3,926,854 $ 10,102,752 $ - $ - $ 14,029,606
Montana $ 500,000 $ 303,681 $ - 57,409 $ 861,090
Nebraska $ 883,389 $ 1,367,964 $ - 258,595 $ 2,509,948
Nevada $ 2,258,756 $ 6,224,050 $ - $ - $ 8,482,806
New Hampshire $ 503,035 $ 999,945 $ - $ - $ 1,502,980
New Jersey $ 12,301,766 $ 33,279,285 $ - $ - $ 45,581,051
New Mexico $ 1,822,033 $ 2,243,691 $ - $ - $ 4,065,724
New York $ 41,134,549 $ 126,168,109 669,836 $ - $ 167,972,494
North Carolina $ 10,835,858 $ 20,117,671 247,519 3,802,973 $ 35,004,021
North Dakota $ 200,000 $ 150,440 $ - $ - $ 350,440
Ohio $ 6,593,531 $ 13,805,298 624,290 $ - $ 21,023,119
Oklahoma $ 3,808,981 $ 4,290,773 208,033 811,112 $ 9,118,899
Oregon $ 1,679,202 $ 4,376,738 $ - 827,363 $ 6,883,303
Pennsylvania $ 11,959,136 $ 16,341,059 260,965 $ - $ 28,561,160
Puerto Rico $ 10,023,481 $ 20,854,678 $ - 3,153,659 $ 34,031,818
Rhode Island $ 1,175,163 $ 2,102,115 203,015 $ - $ 3,480,293
South Carolina $ 11,815,712 $ 13,415,102 366,070 2,507,348 $ 28,104,232
South Dakota $ 500,000 $ 329,844 $ - $ - $ 829,844
Tennessee $ 5,646,681 $ 12,945,202 $ - $ - $ 18,591,883
Texas $ 21,882,767 $ 56,650,912 $ - 10,709,087 $ 89,242,766
Utah $ 1,707,728 $ 2,114,540 $ - 377,648 $ 4,199,916
Vermont $ 500,000 $ 413,006 $ - $ - $ 913,006
Virginia $ 7,539,635 $ 17,440,610 371,467 3,296,910 $ 28,648,622
Washington $ 3,726,130 $ 9,487,916 $ - $ - $ 13,214,046
West Virginia $ 1,082,833 $ 1,374,271 $ - $ - $ 2,457,104
Wisconsin $ 3,830,426 $ 4,392,623 246,288 830,365 $ 9,299,702
Wyoming $ 500,000 $ 193,421 $ - $ - $ 693,421
Guam $ 147,025 $ 91,084 $ - $ - $ 238,109
Virgin Islands $ 500,000 $ 645,277 $ - $ - $ 1,145,277
American Samoa $ 27,544 $ 2,803 $ - $ - $ 30,347
Marshall Islands $ 24,521 $ 2,968 $ - $ - $ 27,489
N. Marianas $ 39,681 $ 5,606 $ - $ - $ 45,287
Republic Of Palau $ 43,567 $ - $ - $ - $ 43,567
F. States Micronesia $ 31,475 $ 7,475 $ - $ - $ 38,950
Total $ 329,885,656 $ 780,050,839 $ 5,000,000 $ 40,750,000 $ 1,155,686,495


FY 2009 Part A -- Formula and Supplemental Total and Stop-Loss* Awards

EMAs Formula + Supplemental
(No Stop-Loss)
FY 2009 Stop-Loss Part A Total
(without MAI)
Atlanta, Ga. $ 17,225,715 $ - $ 17,225,715
Baltimore, Md. $ 20,510,244 $ - $ 20,510,244
Boston, Mass. $ 12,451,187 $ - $ 12,451,187
Chicago, Ill. $ 25,449,803 $ - $ 25,449,803
Dallas, Texas $ 13,635,572 $ - $ 13,635,572
Detroit, Mich. $ 8,119,507 $ - $ 8,119,507
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. $ 14,062,849 $ - $ 14,062,849
Houston, Texas $ 18,551,623 $ - $ 18,551,623
Los Angeles, Calif. $ 35,910,442 $ - $ 35,910,442
Miami, Fla. $ 23,640,348 $ - $ 23,640,348
Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y. $ 5,705,508 $ 875,289 $ 6,580,797
New Haven, Conn. $ 6,119,048 $ 971,715 $ 7,090,763
New Orleans, La. $ 7,148,674 $ - $ 7,148,674
New York, N.Y. $ 101,250,851 $ 878,564 $ 102,129,415
Newark, N.J. $ 12,963,032 $ - $ 12,963,032
Orlando, Fla. $ 7,555,687 $ 49,458 $ 7,605,145
Philadelphia, Pa. $ 21,686,274 $ - $ 21,686,274
Phoenix, Ariz. $ 7,673,630 $ - $ 7,673,630
San Diego, Calif. $ 10,822,528 $ - $ 10,822,528
San Francisco, Calif. $ 20,017,398 $ 6,253,482 $ 26,270,880
San Juan, P.R. $ 12,464,836 $ - $ 12,464,836
Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla. $ 9,060,852 $ - $ 9,060,852
Washington, D.C. $ 27,089,644 $ - $ 27,089,644
West Palm Beach, Fla. $ 8,008,124 $ - $ 8,008,124
Subtotal $ 447,123,376 $ 9,028,508 $ 456,151,884

TGAs Formula + Supplemental FY 09 Stop-Loss Total Part A less MAI
Austin, Texas $ 4,078,739 $ - $ 4,078,739
Baton Rouge, La. $ 3,640,610 $ - $ 3,640,610
Bergen-Passaic, N.J. $ 3,999,191 $ 189,815 $ 4,189,006
Caguas, P.R. $ 1,229,881 $ 367,281 $ 1,597,162
Charlotte-Gastonia, N.C.-S.C. $ 4,957,547 $ - $ 4,957,547
Cleveland, Ohio $ 4,135,058 $ - $ 4,135,058
Denver, Colo. $ 7,753,777 $ - $ 7,753,777
Dutchess County, N.Y. $ 1,249,326 $ 52,867 $ 1,302,193
Ft. Worth, Texas $ 3,906,071 $ - $ 3,906,071
Hartford, Conn. $ 3,648,784 $ 878,597 $ 4,527,381
Indianapolis, Ind. $ 3,715,669 $ - $ 3,715,669
Jacksonville, Fla. $ 5,126,664 $ - $ 5,126,664
Jersey City, N.J. $ 4,713,697 $ - $ 4,713,697
Kansas City, Mo. $ 4,369,143 $ - $ 4,369,143
Las Vegas, Nev. $ 5,496,274 $ - $ 5,496,274
Memphis, Tenn. $ 5,957,351 $ - $ 5,957,351
Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon, N.J. $ 2,386,855 $ - $ 2,386,855
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. $ 5,087,008 $ - $ 5,087,008
Nashville, Tenn. $ 4,206,311 $ - $ 4,206,311
Norfolk, Va. $ 5,550,963 $ - $ 5,550,963
Oakland, Calif. $ 5,833,009 $ - $ 5,833,009
Orange County, Calif. $ 5,192,045 $ - $ 5,192,045
Ponce, P.R. $ 1,882,712 $ 179,821 $ 2,062,533
Portland, Ore. $ 3,503,891 $ - $ 3,503,891
Riverside-San Bernardino, Calif. $ 7,153,193 $ - $ 7,153,193
Sacramento, Calif. $ 2,439,201 $ 128,188 $ 2,567,389
Saint Louis, Mo. $ 5,591,453 $ - $ 5,591,453
San Antonio, Texas $ 4,204,954 $ - $ 4,204,954
San Jose, Calif. $ 2,472,147 $ - $ 2,472,147
Santa Rosa, Calif. $ 1,117,957 $ - $ 1,117,957
Seattle, Wash. $ 6,961,280 $ - $ 6,961,280
Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, N.J. $ 753,123 $ 27,923 $ 781,046
Subtotal $ 132,313,884 $ 1,824,492 $ 134,138,376
Total $ 579,437,260 $ 10,853,000 $ 590,290,260

*Additional amounts as directed by special appropriations language.


FY 2009 Part C Awards

Organization City State Award
AIDS Action Coalition of Huntsville, Inc. Huntsville Ala. $407,869
Whatley Health Services, Inc. Tuscaloosa Ala. $404,249
White River Rural Health Center, Inc. Augusta Ark. $289,302
East Arkansas Family Health Center, Inc. West Memphis Ark. $299,384
Arizona Board of Regents, The University of Arizona Tucson Ariz. $215,075
Open Door Community Health Centers Arcata Calif. $396,815
Solano County Health & Social Services Dept. Fairfield Calif. $341,250
Fresno Comm. Hosp. and Medical Ctr. DBA Univ. Med. Ctr. Fresno Calif. $585,000
The Catalyst Found. for AIDS Awareness & Care Lancaster Calif. $321,750
T.H.E. Clinic, Inc. Los Angeles Calif. $350,979
University of Southern California, School of Medicine Los Angeles Calif. $292,500
Ventura County Health Care Agency Oxnard Calif. $219,197
Plumas County Public Health Agency Quincy Calif. $230,483
Center for AIDS Research Education & Services Sacramento Calif. $450,743
Natividad Medical Center Salinas Calif. $292,500
Tenderloin Health San Francisco Calif. $358,597
Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc. Tarzana Calif. $321,750
Del Norte Clinics, Inc. Yuba City Calif. $474,552
Boulder Community Hospital Boulder Colo. $292,500
St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center Grand Junction Colo. $352,039
Pueblo Community Health Center, Inc. Puelbo Colo. $341,250
Community Health Center, Inc. Middletown Conn. $419,970
Hill Health Corporation New Haven Conn. $671,653
Comm. Health and Wellness Ctr. of Greater Torrington, Inc. Torrington Conn. $243,750
Waterbury Hospital Health Center Waterbury Conn. $292,500
Generations Family Health Center, Inc. Willimantic Conn. $321,750
Carl Vogel Center Washington D.C. $97,500
Howard University Hospital Comprehensive Clinic Washington D.C. $341,250
Polk County Health Department Bartow Fla. $514,152
Okaloosa County Health Department Fort Walton Beach Fla. $292,500
Duval County Health Department Jacksonville Fla. $292,500
Hendry County Health Department Labelle Fla. $319,781
Borinquen Health Care Center, Inc. Miami Fla. $456,761
Helen B. Bentley Family Health Center, Inc. Miami Fla. $500,897
Orlando Regional Healthcare System, Inc. Orlando Fla. $523,018
Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc. Parrish Fla. $530,489
St. Lucie County Health Department Port Saint Lucie Fla. $292,500
Bond Community Health Assoc., Inc. Tallahassee Fla. $390,000
Florida Community Health Centers West Palm Beach Fla. $580,622
Clarke County Board of Health Athens Ga. $451,293
N. Georgia Health District/Cherokee Co. Board of Health Dalton Ga. $292,500
Dekalb County Board of Health Decatur Ga. $418,073
Aidgwinnett, Inc. Duluth Ga. $492,304
District Four Health Services Lagrange Ga. $416,871
Macon-Bibb County Board of Health Macon Ga. $645,962
Cobb County Health Department Marietta Ga. $234,194
Floyd County Board of Health Rome Ga. $321,750
Lowndes County Board of Health Valdosta Ga. $539,574
Waikiki Health Center Honolulu Hawaii $243,750
Lawndale Christian Health Center Chicago Ill. $360,987
Open Door Clinic of Greater Elgin Elgin Ill. $243,750
East Chicago Comm. Health Center, Inc. East Chicago Ind. $451,362
Matthew 25 AIDS Services, Inc. Henderson Ky. $416,432
University of Kentucky Research Foundation Lexington Ky. $688,932
Capitol City Family Health Center, Inc. Baton Rouge La. $438,750
Greater Ouachita Coalition Providing AIDS Resources Monroe La. $571,577
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Ctr. New Orleans La. $440,132
LSUHSC - Earl K. Long Medical Center New Orleans La. $380,250
Tulane University Health Sciences Center New Orleans La. $407,620
Boston Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. Boston Mass. $301,361
Brockton Neighborhood Health Center Brockton Mass. $344,543
Cape Cod Hospital Hyannis Mass. $457,917
Lynn Community Health Center, Inc. Lynn Mass. $305,018
Univ. of Mass. Medical School Worcester Mass. $469,431
Chase Brexton Health Services Baltimore Md. $219,376
People's Community Health Center Baltimore Md. $341,250
Medstar Research Institute Hyattsville Md. $436,184
Mainegeneral Health Associates Gardiner Maine $243,750
Regional Medical Center at Lubec, Inc. Lubec Maine $412,250
Rural AIDS Action Network Little Falls Minn. $331,637
Northwest Health Services, Inc. Saint Joseph Mo. $161,480
G.A. Carmichael Family Health Care Clinic Canton Miss. $321,750
GLH Magnolia Medical Clinic Greenwood Miss. $390,000
Southeast Mississippi RHI, Inc. Hattiesburg Miss. $556,754
University of Mississippi Medical Center Jackson Miss. $487,500
Missoula City/County Health Dept/Partnership Health Center Missoula Mont. $214,500
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill N.C. $677,771
Metrolina AIDS Project, Inc. Charlotte N.C. $360,219
Robeson Health Care Corporation Fairmont N.C. $341,250
Maria Parham Medical Center Henderson N.C. $341,250
Catawba Valley Medical Center Hickory N.C. $352,677
Tri-County Community Health Newton Grove N.C. $338,218
Wake County Department of Health Raleigh N.C. $292,500
Wake Forest University Health Sciences Winston-Salem N.C. $487,845
Chadron Community Hospital Chadron Neb. $129,233
Trustees of Dartmouth College Hanover N.H. $342,419
VNACI Community Health Center Asbury Park N.J. $292,500
The Cooper Health System Camden N.J $292,500
Cathedral Healthcare System, Inc. Newark N.J $537,607
Promesa, Inc. Bronx N.Y. $433,700
Brookdale Univ. Hospital Medical Center Brooklyn N.Y. $575,415
Interfaith Medical Center Brooklyn N.Y. $438,750
Hudson Headwaters Health Network Glens Falls N.Y. $304,590
Caritas Health Care Planning Inc. Jamaica N.Y. $347,299
Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS New York N.Y. $441,978
St. Johns Riverside Hospital Yonkers N.Y. $438,750
Akron City Health Department Akron Ohio $350,703
Ursuline Center Canfield Ohio $293,125
University Hospitals of Cleveland Cleveland Ohio $491,400
The University of Toledo Health Science Campus Toledo Ohio $444,554
Clarion University of Pennsylvania Clarion Pa. $390,000
Two Rivers Health and Wellness Foundation Easton Pa. $309,894
Community Health Net Erie Pa. $366,051
Hamilton Health Center, Inc. Harrisburg Pa. $427,394
Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster Pa. $387,056
Kensington Hospital Philadelphia Pa. $292,500
Philadelphia Fight Philadelphia Pa. $289,056
Allegheny-Singer Research Institute Pittsburgh Pa. $341,250
Scranton Temple Residency Program Scranton Pa. $292,500
Thundermist Health Center Woonsocket R.I. $367,034
Hope for the Pee Dee Florence S.C. $602,650
Caresouth Carolina, Inc. Hartsville S.C. $390,000
Sandhills Medical Foundation, Inc. Jefferson S.C. $321,750
Catawba Care Coalition, Inc. Rock Hill S.C. $390,000
Spartanburg Regional Health Services District, Inc. Spartanburg S.C. $438,750
City of Sioux Falls Health Department Sioux Falls S.D. $390,000
Chattanooga C.A.R.E.S. Chattanooga Tenn. $292,500
Meharry Medical College Nashville Tenn. $292,500
Metropolitan Interdenominational Church Nashville Tenn. $217,712
AIDS Arms, Inc. Dallas Texas $292,500
Planned Parenthood Center of El Paso, Inc El Paso Texas $321,750
Special Health Resources for Texas, Inc. Longview Texas $292,500
AIDS Resources of Rural Texas Weatherford Texas $390,000
Carilion Medical Center Roanoke Va. $280,410
University of Virginia Charlottsville Va. $372,945
Interfaith Community Health Center Bellingham Wash. $440,065
Community Health Association of Spokane Spokane Wash. $401,408
Sixteenth Street Community Health Center Milwaukee Wis. $413,562
CAMC Health Ed & Research Institute Charleston W.Va. $448,987
West Virginia University Morgantown W.Va. $393,714
Total $48,962,832


  
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