Month: November 2020

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  • HIV Task Force Leaders Call on Governor Cuomo

    Despite years of collaborative government and community effort that has produced significant overall progress, the Governor now appears to be abandoning his 2014 commitment to Ending the Epidemic—by stripping away essential resources that are key to sustaining progress and reaching our EtE goals.


  • IN THE MEDIA: Healthcare Providers Warn of Looming Changes to Drug Discount Program

    Harlem United is a proud member of Save NY’s Safety Net, a statewide coalition of community health clinics, community-based organizations, and specialized HIV health plans committed to serving vulnerable New Yorkers across the state, ending the epidemic and saving the 340B drug discount program. Harlem United CEO, Jacqui Kilmer, is quoted in a Gay City…


  • MAC Cosmetics Instagram Live Will Raise Funds for Harlem United

    At 2:00 pm on Friday, November 13, join MAC Cosmetics on Instagram Live for a discussion with Black Lives Matter activist Livia Rose Johnson. Livia will be discussing MAC’s holiday “Frosted Firework” campaign, BLM, and Harlem United’s work. During the event, viewers will be invited to donate to Harlem United to support healthcare, housing, prevention,…


The front of a black tote bag with an orange Harlem United logo next to the back of the tote bag, which reads "There's some magical s#*! going on in here. - Jade, long-time client and peer." Underneath the tote bag images, is text that reads "Donate $25 and claim your limited-edition Harlem United tote bag!"