5 results for month: 10/2016
Michele has come a long way while sharing the message that HIV can happen to anyone at any time.
It’s been 17 years since Gwen joined the Harlem United family, and she has spent each and every one reaching out to her community to lend a hand.
In 2015, millions of people saw our ads online and in bars, bus stops, and bodegas throughout New York City.
New Online Resource and Report Provides Voters with Candidate Information on LGBT, HIV, and Health Equity Issues
Issues that Matter: harlemunited.org/Vote For Immediate Release October 6, 2016 Contact: Jason Cianciotto I 347-703-3865 I firstname.lastname@example.org New York, NY -- With less than a month left before Election Day, Harlem United and Fenway Health have launched a campaign to educate voters about where the presidential candidates and the political parties stand on six key health equity issues: LGBT equality; HIV/AIDS; healthcare; substance use; mental health; and housing. Past and current positions on health equity issues were compiled from official campaign statements, party platforms, interviews and articles, and records as public ...
A common misconception is that PrEP is only for gay and bisexual men, which means that women who are also at high risk for HIV may miss out on this effective tool to help keep them HIV negative. To address this, we expanded our award-winning PrEP marketing campaign to include women, both cisgender and transgender. You can learn more at harlemunited.org/prep