Country’s only Spanish-language Adult Day Health Care program for people living with HIV/AIDS opens

We opened the first (and only) Spanish-language Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) program to address the rapidly growing Latino population affected by HIV/AIDS. The program was called El Faro, which means The Lighthouse in Spanish.

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Harlem United co-founds Amida Care

We became a founding member and co-owner of Amida Care (then Vida Care), the only Medicaid special needs health plan owned by community based organizations, designed for persons living with HIV/AIDS in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.

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Adult Day Health Care opens at Harlem United

Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) licensure would extend medical interventions to disenfranchised clients. This was a bold move, as other agencies had passed on this opportunity, and it would prove to be successful.

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First government funded housing program

Our organization begins our first housing program for people living with HIV funded by the government through the Human Resources Administration (HRA) in New York City.

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