HIV Prevention Grantees

Community-Based HIV Prevention Programs Receiving Minnesota Department of Health Funding from
January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2016

The Minnesota Department of Health provides programmatic funding to community-based and government organizations which have demonstrated an ability to reach adult and youth whose sexual and/or needle-use behaviors place them at risk of infection. For further information contact: Japhet Nyakundi (651) 201-4030 or via email.

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African Health Action Corporation

Agency Mission/Purpose:

To provide consistent, reliable education and HIV/AIDS and STD prevention to African communities in Minnesota

Administrative/Project Address:
3702 East Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN 55406

Telephone: (612) 216-3886
Fax: (612) 436-0067

Visit AHA's Website
Attn: Non-MDH Link

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach – African Immigrants, ages 25+

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area/State-wide

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Broadway Family Medicine

Agency Mission/Purpose:

University of Minnesota Physicians Broadway Family Medicine Clinic is committed to setting the standard for excellence in health care delivery for you and your family. Our mission is to provide full-spectrum primary care services in the context of the communities that we serve. HIV antibody testing is provided in chemical dependency treatment sites, prostitution rehabilitation services, youth programs, homeless shelters, corrections, and other community sites. For more information, or to have testing done at your venue or agency, contact Dr. Shailendra Prasad or Doris Johnson at 612-302-8222.

Administrative/Project Address:              1020 West Broadway       
Minneapolis, MN 55411               
Telephone: (612) 302-8200     
 
Visit Broadway Family Medicine’s Website 
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach –African American High Risk Heterosexuals, ages 25+

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

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Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota – Perinatal Program

Agency Purpose:

The agency champions the special health needs of children and their families. Also committed to reducing mother-to-child HIV transmission in Minnesota.

Administrative Address:
2525 Chicago Avenue South,
MS 70-504.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Phone: (612) 813-7628
Fax: (612) 813-7883

Project Address:
347 North Smith Avenue, Suite 504
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Phone: (651) 220-6444
Fax: (651) 220-7233

Visit Children's Website
Attn: Non-MDH Link

To provide HIV prevention case management services to HIV-infected pregnant women and their sexual and/or needle sharing partners.

Entire State of Minnesota

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Crown Medical Center

Agency Mission/Purpose:

Crown Medical Center is a high quality, people-oriented, healthcare center incorporated in the State of Minnesota. Started in April 2005, the desire to bridge the gap in healthcare services disparities was the driving force behind the establishment of the centers. We have 2 clinics, one located in Minneapolis and the other in Brooklyn Park.

Administrative/Project Address:
1925 1st Ave. S.
Minneapolis MN  55403
Telephone: (612) 871-4354

Visit Crown Medical’s Website
Attn: Non-MDH Link

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach – African Immigrants, ages 25+

West Twin Cities Metropolitan Area – Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park

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Face to Face

Agency Mission/Purpose:

Face to Face empowers youth to overcome barriers and strive toward healthy and self-sufficient lives. They provide integrated mental health, medical, and case management services to youth and families as well as services specifically to homeless, runaway, and at-risk youth.

Administrative Address:
1165 Arcade Street
St. Paul, MN 55106
Telephone: (651) 772-5555
Fax: (651) 772-5566

Project Address:
Safe Zone- Drop in Center
308 Prince St.
St. Paul, MN 55101
Telephone: (651) 224-9644
Fax: (651) 228-7048

Visit Face to Face's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing & Testing Outreach - Young High Risk Heterosexuals of
(All Races, Ages 13-24)

New Media Prevention – Youth at Risk for HIV

(All Gender, Races, Sexual Orientations, Ages 13-24)

East Twin Cities Metropolitan Area - St. Paul

 

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Hennepin County Community Health Department - HIV Intervention Models (HIM) Program

Agency Mission/Purpose:

The Red Door Clinic is a division of the Hennepin County Community Health Department which provides diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).  Their goal is to decrease the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases through screening, treatment, and health education. They provide confidential, non-judgmental and professional sexual health care to the community.

Administrative/Project Address:
Red Door Clinic
525 Portland Ave. So.
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Telephone: (612) 348-9100
Fax: (612) 348-2904

Visit HIM's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing & Testing Outreach - Men Who Have Sex With Men
(All Races, Ages 25+)

HIV Testing & Testing Outreach - Young Men Who Have Sex With Men
(All Races, Ages 13-24)

Prevention with Positives – HIV Positive Persons
(All Races, Ages 25+)

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

 

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

 

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

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High School for Recording Arts

Agency Mission/Purpose:

The mission of HSRA is to provide youth the opportunity to achieve a high school diploma through the exploration and operation of the music business and other creative endeavors.

Administrative/Project Address:
High School for Recording Arts
1166 University Avenue W
St. Paul, MN 55104
Telephone: (651) 287-0890
Fax: (651) 287-0891

Visit HSRA's Website:
Attn: Non-MDH Link

HIV Testing Outreach - Young Men who have Sex with Men
(All Races- Focus African American, Ages 13-24)
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
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Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Agency Mission/Purpose:

Indigenous Peoples Task Force (IPTF) is a Native American provider of HIV education and direct services to the Native community in Minnesota. IPTF has developed and implemented culturally appropriate programs to prevent further transmission of HIV, increase access to traditional and western medical services, and
improve the quality of life for clients,
families, and communities.

Administrative/Project Address:

1335 E. 23rd Street
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Telephone: (612) 870-1723
Fax: (612) 870-9532

Visit Indigenous Peoples Task Force's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing & Testing Outreach – High Risk Heterosexuals
(Native American, Ages 25+)
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, some Greater Minnesota
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Lutheran Social Service - Duluth

Agency Mission/Purpose:

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota expresses the love of Christ for all people through services that inspire hope, changes lives and builds community. The LSS vision is that all people have the opportunity to live in community, with dignity, safety and hope.

Administrative/Project Address:

Duluth Youth and Family Services
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota
424 West Superior St., #204
Duluth, MN 55802

Telephone: (218) 529-2239
Fax: (218) 529-2233

Visit Lutheran Social Service Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach in Greater Minnesota
Focus Area: High Risk Youth ages 13-24

Greater Minnesota (State-wide with the exclusion of the 7-county Metro Area)
Focus Areas:
Duluth, Southern St. Louis County, and the fond du Lac Reservation in Carlton County

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Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation – Positive Care Center at Hennepin County Medical Center

Agency Mission/Purpose:
The Positive Care Center is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team committed to providing quality, comprehensive health and psychosocial services to those living with HIV.  The program provides education, serves as a community and family resource, and contributes extensively to the advancement of HIV-related knowledge.

Each year, more than 1400 people are seen at the Positive Care Center for expert assessment and treatment of HIV and AIDS, Hepatitis C, human papilloma virus, and other conditions, making it one of the largest clinical and research centers in the Upper Midwest.

Administrative/Project Address:
701 Park Avenue, Suite s6.606, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415
Telephone: (612) 873-5217
Fax: (612) 904-4569

Visit Minneapolis Medical Research’s Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

Prevention with Positives – HIV Positive Persons
(All Races, All Genders, Ages 25+)

HIV Testing – Sexual and Needle-sharing Partners of People Living with HIV
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
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Minnesota AIDS Project (MAP)

Agency Mission/Purpose:

The Minnesota AIDS Project envisions a world free of AIDS. Our mission is to lead Minnesota's fight to stop HIV through advocacy, education and service.

Administrative/Project Address:
1400 Park Ave. So.
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Administrative:
Telephone: (612) 341-2060
Fax: (612) 341-4057

Programs:
Telephone: (612) 373-2412
Fax: (612) 341-4057

Hotline Telephone: 
612-373-AIDS (metro)
800-248-AIDS (statewide)
612-373-2465 (metro TTY)
888-820-2437 (statewide TTY)

Visit Minnesota AIDS Project's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

Men Who Have Sex With Men
All Races
Ages 25 and over

Young High Risk Men Who Have Sex With Men All Races             
Ages 13-24

HIV Positive Persons (focus on Gay/Bisexual Men)

Injection Drug Users, all races, ages and genders


Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
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Neighborhood House

Agency Mission/Purpose:

The Neighborhood House mission is to help people, families and organizations develop the skills, knowledge, and confidence to thrive in diverse communities. Multi-lingual and multi-cultural, the organization serves people from around the world who relocate to Minnesota seeking a better life for themselves and their families. In a comprehensive effort to break the cycle of poverty, Neighborhood House operates diverse programs that work together to stabilize lives.

Administrative/Project Address:
179 Robie Street East
St. Paul, MN 55107-2360

Administrative:
Telephone: (651) 789-2500
Fax: (651) 789-2501

Visit Neighborhood House's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing & Testing Outreach – High Risk Heterosexuals
(Latino/a, Ages 25+)

HIV Testing & Testing Outreach –High Risk Heterosexuals

(Asian/Pacific Islander, Ages 25+)

New Media Prevention – Youth at Risk for HIV

(All Gender, Races, Sexual Orientations, Ages 13-24)

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

Minnesota

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Open Cities Health Center

Agency Mission/Purpose:

The mission of Open Cities Health Center is to provide culturally competent primary and preventive health care and related services to all people throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The goal is to improve the health and well being of high risk and vulnerable populations through the provision of affordable medical and dental care and related services.

Administrative/Project Address:
409 North Dunlap Street
St. Paul, MN 55104

Administrative:
Telephone: (651) 290-9200
Fax: (651) 290-9210

Visit Open Cities Health Center's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach –African American High Risk Heterosexuals, ages 25+

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
Focus area: St. Paul and East Metro

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Pillsbury United Communities

Agency Mission/Purpose:

Pillsbury United Communities is a nonprofit organization working to create choice, change and connection for people from all  walks of life.

Administrative/Project Address:
Pillsbury House
3501 Chicago Ave. So.
Minneapolis, MN 55407

Project Info.:
Telephone: (612) 824-0708
Fax: (612) 827-5818

Visit Pillsbury United Communities' Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link
Testing Outreach - Men Who Have Sex With Men
(All Races- Focus African American, Ages 25+)
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area - primarily South Minneapolis
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Rural AIDS Action Network (RAAN)

Agency Mission/Purpose:

RAAN’s mission is to organize, develop and sustain caring communities of volunteers and professionals that serve and support persons living with, affected by or at risk for HIV/AIDS in the rural Midwest.

Administrative/Project Address:
300 East St. Germain, Suite 220
St. Cloud, MN 56304
Telephone: (320) 257-3036                
Toll Free: 1-800-966-9735
Fax: (320) 257-3038

Visit RAAN's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

Prevention with Positives – HIV Positive Persons in Greater Minnesota
(All Races, All Genders, Ages 25+)

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach in Greater Minnesota (All races, All Genders, Ages 25+)

Syringe Services (Injection Drug Users—all races, ages, genders)
Greater Minnesota (State-wide with the exclusion of the 7-county Metro Area)
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Sacred Spirits – First Nations Coalition

Agency Purpose/Mission:

Sacred Spirits mission is to reclaim the sacred spirits of women, men, and their families for the next seven generations by healing the effects of historical trauma through culturally competent practice utilizing traditional Anishinaabe values and beliefs.

Administrative/Project Address:
PO Box 253
Mahnomen, Minnesota (MN) 56557
Telephone: (218) 284-1255
Fax: (218) 284-1256

Visit Sacred Spirit's Web site
Attention: Non-MDH link

Syringe Services (Injection Drug Users—Native American focus, All ages and genders)

White Earth Ojibwe Nation

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Sub-Saharan Youth and Family Services in Minnesota (SAYFSM)

Agency Purpose/Mission:

Sub-Saharan African Youth & Family Services of Minnesota (SAYFSM) provides culturally and linguistically appropriate HIV/AIDS education and social services to all Africans in Minnesota.

Administrative/Project Address:
1885 University Ave. West, #297
St. Paul, MN 55104

Telephone: (651) 644-3983
Fax: None

Visit SAYFSM's Web site
Attention: Non-MDH link

HIV Testing and Testing Outreach – African Immigrants, ages 25+

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

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West Side Community Health Services

Agency Mission/Purpose:

The mission of West Side Community Health Services is to improve the health of the community by providing comprehensive primary care, education, and advocacy for those who are experiencing cultural, economic, and other barriers to health care.

Administrative/Project Address:
153 Cesar Chavez St.
St. Paul, MN 55107
Administrative/General:
Telephone: (651) 222-1816
Fax: (651) 222-1305

Program:
Telephone: (651) 602-7570
Fax: (651) 602-7517

Visit West Side’s Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link
Testing Outreach - Men Who Have Sex With Men
(All Races- Focus Latino Men, Ages 25+) 
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

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Youth and AIDS Projects
(University of Minnesota)

Agency Mission/Purpose:

YAP’s mission is to prevent transmission of HIV to and from high-risk youth and to provide care to youth and families living with HIV infection. YAP programs are grounded in the belief that HIV-related services for youth must be developmentally appropriate, culturally competent, coordinated, and family-centered in order to be effective.

Administrative/Project Address:
U of M - Youth and AIDS Projects
2929 4th Avenue South, Suite 203
Minneapolis, MN 55408-2465

Telephone: 612-627-6820
Fax: 612-627-6819

Visit YAP’s Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

Prevention with Positives – HIV Positive People

(All Races, Ages 13-24)
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area
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YouthLink

Agency Mission/Purpose:

YouthLink creates meaningful and healthy relationships with youth and the community so that doors of opportunity are opened to a future of empowerment and self-sufficiency, and connectedness. The agency serves homeless or precariously housed youth ages 16 – 21.

Administrative/Project Address:
41 North 12th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Telephone: (612) 252-1200

Visit YouthLink's Web Site
Attention: Non-MDH link

Testing Outreach - Young High Risk Heterosexuals
(All Races, Ages 13-24)
Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

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Updated Thursday, 15-May-2014 07:54:08 CDT