Over 50 New York City groups providing services to people with AIDS will see a reduction in funding from the city starting March 1. The Health and Human Services HIV Planning Council of New York—responsible for developing the city's HIV/AIDS funding priorities—has changed the ways in which providers will receive money earmarked for people with HIV/AIDS. Last year 67 awards were granted to groups that provide legal and counseling services, while this year only 32 contracts... More >>>