NCCAF will support both programmatic costs and reasonable administrative costs. Indirect costs are not allowed. Below are some examples of how the grant can be applied. We are open to other needs that your organization may have that are not listed in the example list below.
NCCAF takes a broad view of prevention, including:
Proposed care projects should result in systemic changes in the delivery of coordinated care services, the development of innovative new tools that enhance the delivery of care and small grants that fund direct services. NCCAF will prioritize HIV care projects that fund not only the direct provision of services, but also take a multi dimensional approach to HIV care incorporating components of service delivery analysis, development, integration, improvement and delivery to increase the reach, utilization or efficiency of services.
Examples of this type of work may include but are not limited to:
These priorities are derived from the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need and relate more directly to HIV care services. Agencies may be funded to expand an existing program, initiate a new program or help agencies adapt current programming to the field of HIV.
You will need to prepare the following information for the proposal submission: