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We formed a Partnership and then later acquired the Foundation for Research on Sexually Transmitted Disease (FROST’D). This was done to give chronic substance users, HIV-positive formerly homeless persons, and YMSM2 access to healthcare. Specifically, this allowed us to build out our harm reduction services, including syringe exchange, to provide recovery support services to our clients living with addiction and to offer two housing facilities for those in immediate need of shelter. Learn more about our overdose prevention and needle exchange programs.
We were awarded a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center (FQHC) grant. This designation gives Harlem United the opportunity to provide homeless clients with healthcare services they would otherwise not be able to access.