The United States of America is made stronger when all its residents are able to live fully as themselves.
President Trump's announcement today that the United States military will not “accept or allow” transgender service members weakens our national security and insults the dignity of transgender Americans—including the thousands currently serving in our armed forces.
For nearly 30 years, Harlem United has been providing hope, health, and healing to our communities in Harlem and beyond—communities that include transgender New Yorkers, veterans, and ...
In 2015, millions of people saw our ads online and in bars, bus stops, and bodegas throughout New York City.
Did you know that since new medications became available in 2014, Harlem United has cured over 50 clients living with Hepatitis C? Yet according to Dr. Vera Antonios, Harlem United's Director of Adult Medicine, many clients are repeatedly denied access to these life-saving medications by their health insurance providers:
Our biggest challenge is procuring authorization for the medication from insurance providers. The majority of our clients are enrolled in New York State Medicaid managed care plans. Some insurance plans continue to deny clients treatment despite ...
Thank you all for joining us as we celebrate Harlem United and welcome to the Boulevard Bash!
I can't think of a more spectacular way to celebrate this very special night then to be here, beside the lovely Ms. Carmen Carrera, and to be able to honor my friend and colleague Patrick McGovern — who is the reason I am at Harlem United in the first place — and our friend and advocate Bevy Smith.
I want to offer a very special thank you to all of our sponsors. Every dollar you invest in Harlem United helps us to continue and to expand our life-changing and, in many ...
Staff from Harlem United, a healthcare nonprofit in New York City dedicated to transforming lives and strengthen communities, talks with KTU Cares about HIV/AIDS, homelessness, addiction, and more.
We are proud to announce the opening of our new community health center, The Nest, located at 169 West 133rd Street.
Hours and Services for The Nest as of November 16, 2015
Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Primary medical care
HIV treatment and prevention (i.e. Pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP)
Hepatitis C services
Opiate dependence treatment (Suboxone)
Mental Health (psychiatric care and psychotherapy)
Enroll Manhattan Project and assistance with insurance enrollment
Health Home/Care Coordination
LGBT Heath services
Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 1 ...
We lost a great one. Father John McNeill, S.J. was an openly gay moral theologian, psychotherapist and Jesuit priest, who helped to found the Upper Room AIDS Ministry—which later became Harlem United. At the height of the AIDS epidemic in New York City, many agencies were turning away those who needed care the most. That just wouldn’t do for Fr. McNeil and the others who founded the Upper Room AIDS Ministry. They believed that we are in this together and set out to offer hope, health, and healing to Harlem and beyond.
Fr. John McNeill passed away late last month at ...
Ryan White-funded programs are credited with saving thousands of lives by ensuring medical care and other essential services to over half a million individuals and families each year who do not have adequate insurance coverage or personal assets to cope with the disease.
Harlem United runs seven successful programs funded by Ryan White, including transitional housing, food and nutrition, mental health services for young men who have sex with men, those in recovery and more.
Ryan White programs are known for their high impact on the health of the clients they ...
This week is National Health Centers Week, and Harlem United proudly provides high-quality, affordable, and culturally-competent care to 3,000 primary care patients with complex health issues.
At Harlem United, our providers truly are the backbone of our clinic. We are thrilled to announce the promotion of one such provider, Dr. Vera S. Antonios, to Adult Medicine Medical Director of Health Care Services.
We’re not the only ones who know that Dr. Antonios is a remarkable doctor. She was recognized this week at the Health Care for the Homeless Day in New York City, as ...
The plan updates the five-year-old original NHAS, and looks ahead to 2020 as a guide for collective action of agencies, community-based organizations, the scientific, medical communities and coalitions of people living with HIV in the United States. The National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Updated to 2020 includes changes to its steps and recommended actions, new and revised quantitative indicators, and newly integrated action plans.
Since the initial National HIV/AIDS Strategy was released in 2010 we’ve seen remarkable progress: advances in treatment as prevention, the ...