psychiatrist is responsible for psychiatric evaluations, psychopharmacological
management and close collaboration with the staff of medical doctors, RNs, NPs
and mental health professionals providing mental health services to clients.
The psychiatrist is working in a community health setting with open access
hours, same day appointments and walk-in availability. Education and Certification: Psychiatrist (MD) degree with a
minimum of 5 years working directly with clients. New York State license, DEA
registration, BLS/CPR certification, Board Certification. To ...
Happy Pride Month everyone! ❤️????This year, NYC Pride is monumental! New York is hosting World Pride, the largest pride celebration taking place the entire month of June. This year is also the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring the world together to celebrate love, equality, and the LGBTQ pride movement in the city where it started.
Of the Millions of Moments of Pride, we have a lot of fond memories celebrating our staff, clients, and the Harlem United community and ...
The Harlem 1 Miler returns this year with a new venue, but the same community and competition.
The 5th Annual Harlem 1 Miler, co-hosted by Harlem Run and Harlem United, is a friendly competition that brings the community together for a morning of fitness, family, and fun. All ages and fitness levels are invited to join us.
This year, the race will be in East Harlem at Randall's Island Park and, as always, it will take place on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16. Enjoy the views of the bustling city, as we escape to our very own island oasis. Heats will begin at ...
On Sunday we marched—no we danced—down 5th Avenue celebrating our Pride. Almost 100 of our clients, staff, and friends, including the Starbucks Pride Alliance, celebrated together… and remembered together.
It is important to remember that our LGBT rights are challenged every day and that our lives may be taken when we least expect it, but we also continue to be out and proud and celebrate all that we have achieved.
This video highlights the fun and incredible energy we had yesterday.
Marching in Pride is a favorite activity for many of our clients, who ...
More than 400 people ran, walked, skipped, and jogged around Marcus Garvey Park this past Sunday at the second annual Harlem One Miler!
Our fastest runner finished in a blazing 4 minutes and 28 seconds. And our fastest female finished the course in just under 5 minutes and 26 seconds.
No less impressive were the more than 200 of you who walked and jogged around the course as a family!
We were honored to have Ida Keeling, who at 101 years old, set a 100 yard dash record earlier this year, lead our pre-walk stretch. In fact, it was more like a dance party, ...
We had a great time on Saturday celebrating our new health center, The Nest, with an afternoon block party. Long-time residents of the block joined friends from all over the city to welcome The Nest.
The event was a huge success. Over 300 people attended, we made new connections with 150 community members with whom we will follow-up to connect to care, and we already scheduled over 50 new appointments. But even more importantly, we had a lot of fun.
Since our founding, Harlem United has been dedicated to making sure hard-to-reach people and underserved communities ...
Whether you race, jog, walk, skip, or shuffle, we hope you'll do it with us!
You are invited to our upcoming community race around Marcus Garvey Park, as part of our commitment to encourage health and fitness in our community. No experience is required! (Don't live in NYC? Stay connected with us on Facebook for photos & video)
There will be five heats of one mile each, split by age and gender, with the final heat being a fun run the whole family can do together. You can bring a stroller or walk your dog. By the way, there is no correct ...
June capped off an exciting and event-packed LGBTQ Pride Month for Harlem United. Staff were on-hand at Harlem Pride, Brooklyn Pride, Queens Pride, and New York City Pride to provide rapid HIV testing to Pride-goers and to distribute information and resources for safer sex and HIV/STI prevention.
The Harlem United family came out in full force as staff, clients, and supporters joined together to celebrate LGBTQ pride in the historic New York City Pride March down Fifth Avenue, along Christopher Street, and right past the Stonewall Inn, where the riots in 1969 inspired ...