October 6, 2011
Black MSM HIV Prevention Program in Detroit Forced to Close
AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM), an HIV and prevention services organization in Detroit, has ended its REC Boyz project for young men of color who have sex with men (MSM) due to lack of funding, according to an APM statement. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) supported the Mpowerment Project for five years with $31,000 a month. Though the project was deemed successful, APM cannot afford to continue it without the financial support. APM has secured smaller grants to reach the target population.
To read the full APM statement, click here.
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