Duke AIDS Legal Project receives two new grants

February 20, 2012Duke Law News

The AIDS Legal Project received a $3000 grant from the Crape Myrtle Foundation in support of its work representing clients living with HIV in North Carolina.

AIDS United has selected the Duke AIDS Legal Project as a Southern REACH grantee for 2012. The Legal Project was awarded $75,000 to continue its policy work related to confidentiality and stigma, Medicaid funded transportation, access to medical care including the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, high risk insurance, Medicaid, and health care reform in North Carolina and addressing discriminatory provisions in North Carolina’s occupational licensing rules.
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