Ryan White Project

Providing a coordinated response to the HIV epidemic in the Metropolitan Atlanta Area.

Ending the HIV Epidemic Program

The federal EHE initiative is an ongoing effort to reduce the number of new HIV infections in the United States by at least 90% by 2030. EHE funds were used to support service providers in Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, and Cobb counties which have some of the highest numbers in the nation of individuals recently diagnosed with HIV. Funds were used with Ryan White Part A to “…develop, implement, and/or enhance innovative approaches to engaging people with HIV who are newly diagnosed, not in care, and/or not virally suppressed…particularly around linkage to care, retention in care, reengagement in care, and adherence counseling.”

EHE: By The Numbers


Grant Year 2022 Award (3/1/22 – 2/28/23)


Clients Served


Services Provided

Viral Load Suppression

Prescribed ART

EHE Only

Part A & EHE

Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) 2022 Grant Year Impact

Medical Care

784 clients served
1,749 services provided

Substance Abuse Services

41 clients served
196 services provided

Oral Health/Dental Care

284 clients served
575 visits provided

Case Management

277 clients served
1,262 services provided

Mental Health Services

324 clients served
742 services provided

Medical Nutrition Therapy

91 clients served
306 visits provided

Housing Services

153 clients served
320 services provided

Service Outreach

300 clients served
608 services provided

Food Bank/Home-Delivered Meals

22 clients served
37 meals provided

Medical Transportation

190 clients served
686 trips provided

Translation Services

17 clients served
18 services provided

Peer Support

10 clients served
13 sessions provided

Referrals for Healthcare & Support

64 clients served
102 services provided

Emergency Financial Assistance

7 clients served
10 services provided


636 clients served
2,895 services provided

Art Therapy

36 clients served
65 services provided