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Funded by Gilead Sciences through AIDS United, the Positive Organizing Project empowers people living with HIV to challenge HIV-related discrimination.
"We can be your community clinic, and you’re going to see your community in this clinic. We’re here to represent Harlem and all that it is."
By now, you may have heard about PrEP. It’s a daily pill that can help you stay HIV-negative. But what is it really like to take PrEP?
Our clients sent the new president personal messages about the challenges they face every day: HIV/AIDS, homelessness, disability, discrimination, and countless others.
Highlights from a busy 2016 at Harlem United!
"Harlem United was the bridge that helped me take back my uncontrolled life."
An estimated 37 million people in the world are living with HIV/AIDS, including an estimated 1.2 million Americans.
Trans Day of Remembrance honors those who can no longer take to the streets with us because anti-trans violence took them from us.
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.