The AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program was established by City Council in 1987 to support community initiatives to prevent the spread of HIV. The purpose of the AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program is to support strategic, targeted education programs to influence behaviours and situations that put people at risk of acquiring HIV thereby reducing HIV transmission. Applications are welcomed for projects that address high-risk behaviours, enhance access to HIV/AIDS prevention education and/or address social barriers. The AIDS Review Panel reviews applications and makes recommendations for funding to the Board of Health.
The goal of the AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program is to fund projects that will provide strategic and targeted initiatives to influence behaviours and situations that put people at risk of acquiring HIV thereby reducing HIV transmission.
The objectives of the AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program are to:
- Decrease behaviours that put people at risk for HIV infection;
- Enhance access to HIV/STI prevention and sexual health promotion messages;
- Address social and economic factors related to discrimination, poverty, race, sexual orientation, culture, gender, language skills, age, physical or mental ability, seropositivity, etc.
For more information call the Community Projects Officers - AIDS:
Table of Contents
2013 Funding Application
- Part A (Word document)
- Reference Material (PDF)
- Part B - For Returning Applicants (Word document)
- Part B - For New Applicants (Word document)
- Budget sheet (Excel)
- Declaration of Non Discrimination form (PDF)
- Application package checklist (PDF)
- 2012/2013 AIDS Prevention Community Investment Program Project Summaries (PDF)
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (PDF)
Last updated November 2012