NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene HIV/AIDS Hotline – 800-825-5448
Participants must have proof of HIV infection. Services available in Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Works mostly with people with Medicaid.
NYC HIV/AIDS Service Administration – 212-971-0626
Services available in Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Participants must have medical proof of HIV infection.
African Services Committee (212-222-3882) 429 W 127th Street
The African Services Committee is committed to helping African refugees, asylees, and immigrants affected by war, persecution, poverty, and global health inequalities. They provide health, housing, legal, educational, and social services. They offer assistance for New Yorkers seeking free and confidential testing for HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis B and C, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, diabetes and blood pressure, and people living with HIV. Also offered are low-fee immigration services for immigrants regardless of HIV status.
Apicha Community Health Center (212-334-7940) 400 Broadway
Apicha CHC’s mission is to provide affordable healthcare for underserved and vulnerable people. They offer primary care, HIV specialty care, transgender primary care, sexual health services, mental health services, and community education programs. They specialize their services for Asian Pacific Islanders and the LGBT community.
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center (212-271-7200) 356 West 18th Street
The Callen-Lorde CHC provides sensitive, quality health care and related services for New York’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities regardless of ability to pay. They offer primary care, women’s health care, transgender health care, mental health services, case management, care coordination, a sexual health clinic, a pharmacy, dental care, and community outreach and education.
GMHC (212-367-1000) 446 West 33rd Street
GMHC offers HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and advocacy. They aim to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of those affected. Their services include a hotline, legal services, meals and nutrition, mental health services, a buddy program, workforce development program, and wellness programs. Services are available for anyone living with HIV/AIDS or STIs.
Iris House (212-423-9049) 2271 2nd Avenue
The Iris House provides comprehensive support, prevention and education services for women, families, and underserved populations affected by HIV/AIDS and other health disparities. They offer behavioral health services, emotional wellness groups, food and nutrition information, housing, LGBT services, prevention services, women’s services, and a pharmacy. Housing services are offered primarily to women living with HIV/AIDS.
The Center (212-620-7310) 208 West 13th Street
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center offers health and wellness programs; arts, entertainment, and cultural events; and recovery, wellness, parenthood, and family support services. They are open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 10pm and Sunday 9am to 9pm.
Bailey House (212-633-2500) 1751 Park Avenue
The Bailey House offers affordable housing to people with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. They provide safe, stable housing that is accessible to neighborhood amenities and services, a continuum of care that includes supportive case management and compassionate services for people living with HIV/AIDS and the members of their households, connection to critically needed medical care and treatment, and innovative training programs that promote self-sufficiency and leadership. Spanish spoken.
Bridging Access to Care (718-624-1992) 2261 Church Avenue
Bridging Access to Care is a nonprofit prevention, treatment and health service organization, providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS, mental health and substance abuse related services to under-served racial and ethnic minority communities. They offer coordinated care, health homes, HIV testing and counseling, housing services, mental health services, STI testing, and substance abuse services.
Brooklyn Hospital PATH Center (718-250-8000) 121 DeKalb Avenue
The Programs for AIDS Treatment and Health Center is a New York State Designated AIDS Center and is recognized as a Center of Excellence by the New York State AIDS Institute.
Life Force: Women Fighting AIDS, Inc. (718-797-0937) 57 Willoughby Street
Life Force is a nonprofit established by women dedicated to HIV/AIDS prevention and education for low income women of color. They educate, empower, advocate for and provide support services to women and their families.
New York University Lutheran Family Health Center – Park Slope (718-832-5980) 220 13th Street
The NYU Lutheran Family Health Center provides free HIV testing and counseling.
The AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC)
Far Rockaway: 1139 Foam Place (718-868-8645)
Jamaica: 161-21 Jamaica Avenue, 7th Floor (718-896-2500)
Woodside: 62-07 Woodside Avenue (718-472-9400)
The ACQC aims to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. They provide health home services, case management, education and prevention, testing and screenings, housing, a mental health clinic, legal services, harm reduction and syringe exchange programs, medical care, and pharmacy services. The Jamaica and Woodside Centers offer services in Spanish.
Casa Promesa (718-960-7604) 308 East 175th Street
Casa Promesa is a nursing residential healthcare facility providing comprehensive services to adults over 18 diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. The staff is fully bilingual specializing in caring for the Hispanic community. Residents receive assistance with daily activities, social services, and physical and occupational therapies. Accepts Medicare and Medicaid. Services available in Spanish.
CK Life (347-881-7005) 1276 Fulton Avenue, 3rd Floor
CK Life is dedicated to helping trans women improve their health, employment, and social interactions during and after their transition. They provide primary medical care, HIV and STD/STI screening and testing, hormone replacement therapy, support groups, insurance assistance for surgery referrals, and mental health and hygiene services. Accepts Medicare and Medicaid. Sliding scale fee available. Services available in Spanish.
Health People (718-585-8585) 552 Southern Boulevard
Health People is a multi-faceted health agency offering a range of HIV/AIDS services for men, women and families; prevention and support services for Hep C, STIs, mental illness and substance abuse; workplace wellness solutions for chronic illnesses such as diabetes; and mentoring programs for youth.
Hispanic AIDS Forum, Inc. (718-328-4188) 975 Kelly Street, Suite 402
The Hispanic AIDS Forum offer a wide range of services for the community. They provide symposiums and workshops, individual emotional support, educational and community events, and health and wellness programs for the LGBT community; rental assistance programs, case management, emotional support, and health and wellness programs for those living with HIV; and Latinx youth groups. Free HIV testing is offered. Service available in Spanish.
Project Street Beat (212-965-4850) 349 East 149th Street, 3rd Floor
Project Street Beat is Planned Parenthood’s HIV prevention, risk reduction, and access-to-care program that serves women, men, and teens. They provide services that help them make the transition from day-to-day survival to a safer, healthier lifestyle.
St. Barnabas Hospital – Pathways Center for Comprehensive Care (718-960-3730) 4487 Third Avenue, 4th Floor
The Pathways Center for Comprehensive Care is St. Barnabas’ New York State Designated HIV Center. Each patient is assigned a case manager who addresses any issues related to insurance, housing, social support and assisting adherence to appointments and medications and primary HIV care physicians. Free, confidential HIV oral rapid testing with results in 20 minutes is available in their clinics, Emergency Department, and inpatient units and rapid blood testing is available in their laboratory. The Center also offers educational and support groups, Hepatitis C care and referral for substance abuse care. Services available in Spanish.
Community Health Action of Staten Island – Port Richmond Wellness Center (718-808-1310) 2134 Richmond Terrace
Provides HIV, AIDS, and Hepatitis-C testing. Additional services include addiction services, food pantry, assistance securing health insurance, navigating food benefits applications, mobile health clinics, and more.
Women’s Healthline (718-667-4357) (800-395-4357)
Provides free and confidential non-medical services for pregnant women.
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