TABLE 5-1 STD Prevention Programs Funded by the Division of STD Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Fiscal Year 1996

Program

Funding Level ($)

Preventive Health Services

 

STD Accelerated Prevention Campaign

69,954,310

Prevention of Infertility Caused by STDs

9,798,309

Intra-agency Agreement: Office of Population Affairs and the CDC

1,700,000

The National AIDS, STD, and National Immunization Program Hotline

715,390

Intra-agency Agreement: Indian Health Service (IHS) and the CDC

325,000

Human Resources Development

 

STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers

4,008,547

Public Health Graduate Training Certification Program

2,965,623

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Faculty Expansion Program

648,070

Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH)

400,000

Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine (ATPM)

22,500

Extramural Research and Demonstrations

 

STD Accelerated Prevention Campaign Enhanced Projects

1,463,510

Research and Evaluation Issues in Prevention of Infertility Due to STDs

1,275,000

STD Accelerated Prevention Campaign: Enhanced Projects for STD Prevention in High-Risk Youth

1,025,188

Innovations in Syphilis Prevention in the United States: Reconsidering the Epidemiology and Involving Communities

1,000,000

Development and Feasibility Testing of Interventions to Increase Health-Seeking Behaviors in, and Health Care for, Populations at High Risk for Gonorrhea

750,000

STD APC Enhanced Projects: Jail STD Prevalence Monitoring

125,000

Total Program Funding

96,176,447

 

SOURCE: CDC, Division of STD Prevention. Unpublished data, October 1996.

Block Grant Proposals

Current proposals from the Department of Health and Human Services would consolidate many federal categorical programs into block grants that each state would allocate among competing health needs and among local public and private sector agencies. A Senate legislative proposal would consolidate and replace 12 CDC categorical programs with 1 or 2 block grants. The Department of Health and Human Services advocates consolidating these CDC programs into three new public health "Performance Partnership Grants," including one for HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB. Performance Partnership Grants are essentially block grants that



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