Request for Proposals (RFP) for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services
This RFP is presented in tandem with the vision of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and represents the Center For Disease Control's new direction for HIV prevention strategies: the commitment to "High Impact Prevention." If you are interested in applying for a potential funding opportunity, download the full RFP for details.
Alabama Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
The Alabama Drug Assistance Program is an HIV medication assistance program for individuals with HIV disease. Learn more about the Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Satisfaction Survey
The ADAP Satisfaction Survey is designed to help improve ADAP medication services. The survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete, and answers and comments will remain anonymous. Take the survey.
HIV/AIDS Brochure Distribution Program
For instructions on ordering brochures and to view a list of approved brochures, visit the Communications and Training Branch.
The Surveillance Branch conducts epidemiologic surveillance through the ongoing and systematic collection, analysis, and interpretation of data related to HIV incidence and prevalence in Alabama. Statistics produced provide demographic data for use in targeting HIV prevention and care programs. For quarterly HIV statistical updates, as well as other HIV statistics, visit Statistics.
HIV Prevention Network Groups
Employees from health departments, AIDS service organizations, community based organizations, and interested community partners, meet together to explore, coordinate, and implement new and culturally sensitive HIV prevention activities with testing services. For more information, visit the HIV Prevention Network Groups.
Technical Assistance for Collaborative Partnerships
Technical assistance for collaborative partners throughout the state is provided upon request. Services include grant writing, program monitoring and evaluation, board/committee development, program development and implementation, primary and secondary prevention planning, community and street outreach, developing partnerships with nontraditional organizations, and documentation and reporting.
Page last updated: August 11, 2017