Associate Vice President of Property & Fleet Management, Operations

The Associate Vice President (AVP) of Property & Fleet Management is charged with supporting management’s efforts in the day-to-day implementation of policies, procedures, and programs that will assure and ensure well-managed, well maintained facilities, placing maximum emphasis on positive responses to the concerns and needs of the staff and agency clients, environmental health and safety, and quality programs in coordination and conjunction with the agency’s goals and objectives. The incumbent will oversee and ensure the effective and efficient implementa...

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Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care Clinic and Mobile Unit), Health Services

Under the supervision of the Medical Director, the Certified Nurse Practitioner is responsible for the provision of comprehensive high quality care to new and existing patients. Successful providers will collaborate with an interdisciplinary team and have experience caring for pediatric, adolescent and adult high risk and underserved patients.  Provides Primary Care, routine and acute care, for scheduled, same day and walk in appointments. Performs routine diagnostic and therapeutic procedures according to accepted practice standards. Initiates treatment and management of ...

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Testing and Prevention Navigator, Testing Services

The Testing and Prevention Navigator conducts rapid HIV testing and STI screenings on-site at Harlem United locations, at community-based settings, including SROs, shelters, and public housing developments, and on the Harlem United testing van, throughout East/Central Harlem and other targeted locations throughout NYC. The Testing and Prevention Navigator provides HIV/STI education and risk reduction counseling. The candidate delivers rapid test results, conducts confirmatory testing as needed, as well as delivering STI screening results. Provides navigation services with ...

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HARLEM UNITED COMMENDS GOVERNOR CUOMO’S COMMITMENT TO ELIMINATE HEPATITIS C IN NEW YORK

New York, NY (July 30, 2018) – Governor Cuomo announced on Friday his first-in-the-nation strategy for eliminating the Hepatitis C epidemic in New York State. Harlem United, a nationally recognized housing, health and human services organization, commends Governor Cuomo’s commitment on this critical public health issue. Modeled on the state’s continuing efforts to end the AIDS epidemic, the Governor’s plan will increase access to the medications that can cure Hepatitis C and expand programs to connect all New Yorkers to prevention, testing and treatment servic...

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It’s Spring! We’re taking healthcare to the streets

Spring is in the air and we are out in the streets full force, meeting people where they are — literally and metaphorically — to make sure nothing stands in the way of a full and healthy life. Here’s a bit of what we’ve been up to in the past week. HARLEM UNITED PRESENTS AT IRIS HOUSE On Monday, May 7th, two of our staff and two of our peer educators presented at the 13th Annual Iris House Women as the Face of AIDS Summit. We’re so proud of the work that Yonce and Ray, two peer educators, have been doing over the past year to educate their fellow clients and ...

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Bilingual BHI Social Worker, Healthcare Services

The Behavioral Health Integration Social Worker ("BHI Social Worker") will assist primary medical and dental patients with actively engaging in behavioral health care. Working on-site at Healthcare Services, the social worker will be responsible for screening for mental health and substance use problems and implementing and monitoring systems to ensure that patients engage and remain in mental health and/or substance use care, and work collaboratively with the appropriate HU departments and external agencies. Education and Certificate: LMSW with Master's in Social ...

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Who has tickets to your life?

As I rode the subway home yesterday holding me Metro card — my ticket — in my hand, I realized that if you think about your life as a performance, you are in control of who (and what) gets tickets to this priceless event. It's up to me—and to you—to be mindful in deciding who we allow front row seats in our lives. My health is the most important thing in my life. Without good health, physical and mental, I wouldn't be able to live my life — to enjoy this one performance — to the fullest. But in the busyness of life, it's easy to let our priorities slide. ...

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HARLEM UNITED PRAISES GOVERNOR CUOMO’S COMMITMENT TO ELIMINATE HEPATITIS C IN NEW YORK AND INCREASE ACCESS TO HOUSING FOR ALL NEW YORKERS LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS

New York, NY (March 16, 2018) – Governor Cuomo announced today his commitment to end the hepatitis C epidemic in New York State and his continued commitment to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2020 by increasing access to affordable housing for all New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. Harlem United, a nationally recognized housing, health and human services organization, praises Governor Cuomo’s commitment on these critical public health issues. With the Governor’s announcement, New York becomes the first state in the nation to create and implement a plan to eliminate ...

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Data Analyst, Health Services

Data Analyst, Health Services The Data Analyst will be responsible for performing an array of activities intended to ensure the accuracy and completeness of process and outcome data collected for funder reporting, continuous quality improvement, and outcome monitoring. The Data Manager will create databases as needed, export data from funder required databases such as the Center for Primary Care Informatics (CPCI), NYS DOH AIDS Institute AIRS system and DOHMH’s eSHARE system. He/she will be a part of the agency’s integrated Continuous Quality Improvement ...

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Why Patricia is combining art therapy and activism

Patricia first came to Harlem United a year into her recovery, hoping to not just survive but thrive, and one of the first programs that she connected with was art therapy. “Some things that I did were self-destructive and I’m not going to be able to cure that right away. Working on yourself doesn’t happen overnight.” Addiction led to risky sex and other behaviors with results that Patricia is not happy about, including an HIV diagnosis. Which is why some of her art takes an activist stance. One of her earlier pieces is a pop art - activist mashup, ...

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