HIV 50+ Strong and Healthy is an NMAC program currenlty operating in four cities in the South. The goal of HIV 50+ Strong and Healthy is to build capacity and educate local service and care providers about the impact of HIV and aging among men and women of color, ages 50 and older.
The HIV 50+ Mini Grant Program works to support our HIV50+ Strong & Healthy Scholars to become involved in their communities and have them develop and implement projects to educate and engage people living and aging with HIV in their need to connect with other peers.
Grantees are affiliated with or work for a community-based organization or community health clinic that serves people of color living with HIV aged 50 or above. They also have strong ties and working experience in their communities and are committed to continue outreach, educational and engagement activities for their peers living and aging with HIV.