Southern HIV Impact Fund grantees are working to effectively address the prevention, care and support, and advocacy and leadership needs of individuals and communities affected by HIV in the South. The cohort includes many leaders and organizations with years of HIV experience and many others who are relatively new to HIV but with a history of intersecting social justice work.

Southern HIV Impact Fund grantees are listed below. Check back soon for more details on grantee projects!

Abounding Prosperity, Dallas, TX
Affinity Health Center, Rockhill, SC
Alamo Area Resource Center, San Antonio, TX
Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition, Atlanta, GA
Basic NWFL, Panama City, FL
Birmingham AIDS Outreach Inc, Birmingham, AL
BRBAC Metro Health, Baton Rouge, LA
BreakOUT!, New Orleans, LA
Capitol Area Reentry Program, Baton Rouge, LA
Choices: Memphis Center for Reproductive Health, Memphis, TN
Collaborative Solutions, Inc., Birmingham, AL
Counter Narrative Project, Regional
East Texas Cares Resource Center, Tyler, TX
Equality Florida Institute, St. Petersburg, FL
Equality Foundation of Georgia, Atlanta, GA
Freedom Fund Network, Inc., FL (Statewide)
Frontline Legal Services, Inc., LA (Statewide)
HEROES, Columbia, LA
Jackson Medical Mall Foundation, Jackson, MS
Latino Commission on AIDS, Inc., Regional
Mississippi Center for Justice, Jackson, MS
Mississippi Positive Network, MS (Statewide)
NAESM, Regional
North Carolina AIDS Action Network, Raleigh, NC
North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition, NC (Statewide)
Positive Impact Health Centers, Duluth, GA
Positively Living, Inc., Knoxville, TN
Prevention Access Campaign, Miami Beach, FL
Racial Justice Action Center, Atlanta, GA
Rural Women’s Health Project, Gainesville, FL
Southern AIDS Coalition, Regional
Southerners On New Ground, Regional
Southwest Louisiana Area Health Education Center, Lake Charles, LA
The Right Choice Project, LaPlace, LA
THRIVE SS, Atlanta, GA
Valley AIDS Council, Harlingen, TX
Western North Carolina AIDS Project, Asheville, NC