ADPH seeks high-impact, science-based proposals for HIV/AIDS risk reduction, health promotion


CONTACT: Jora White
(334) 206-5364
[email protected]

With federal funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Alabama Department of Public Health announces a request for HIV/AIDS proposals from community organizations and other entities.

The HIV/AIDS Division of Prevention and Care is seeking high-impact HIV prevention proposals that have both a proven prevention method and a testing and linkage to a medical services component. Intervention categories include behavioral, structural, biomedical, and public health strategies and social marketing.

Sharon Jordan, division director, stated, “The purpose of this acquisition is to support prevention activities that reduce risk behaviors associated with the transmission of HIV, and to promote treatment adherence and healthy lifestyles.”

Eligibility will be based on a documented 501(c) (3) nonprofit or state government agency status and service experience. The deadline to send a letter of intent to submit a proposal is August 25, 2017. The deadline to submit a proposal is September 25, 2017.

For more information or questions, please contact Jora White, M.A., Prevention Director, or Brenda Cummings, at (334) 206-5364, e-mail; [email protected], [email protected]; address, HIV/AIDS Division of Prevention and Care, RSA Tower, P.O. Box 303017, Montgomery, Ala. 36130-3017 or fax to (334) 206-5853.

To obtain a copy of the request for proposal, please download the RFP on line at, or submit an e-mail or written request on letterhead stationery to Tijuana Tetter, [email protected].