Services and Assistance
A crisis center for those with life-threatening illnesses and their caregivers, offering emotional support, counseling, home visits and seminars.
This organization prepares and delivers nutritious meals for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other serious illnesses who are unable to prepare meals for themselves. Clients are in in New York City and Hudson County, New Jersey.
Helps homeless and low-income people living with HIV/AIDS and their families obtain adequate housing, food, social support, drug treatment, health care and employment.
Offers comprehensive and confidential medical, psycho-social, and case management services to HIV+ youth between the ages of 13-24, regardless of insurance coverage.
Provides time-limited, home-based, specialized case management services for individuals with HIV/AIDS who also have a major mental illness, and significant unmet needs. ART has two components: home-based psychiatric assessment services provided by the Visiting Psychiatric Service of the OHMHS, and specialized case management services.
This site is a comprehensive resource database for HIV and AIDS-related services in New York City and neighboring areas.
In partnership with BOOM!Health, provides food, nutrition, supportive services and health services at eight locations in four boroughs of New York City.
Offers free and confidential HIV counseling and testing, in English and Spanish, at their two Manhattan locations.
Low-cost, confidential HIV testing and counseling is provided at Callen-Lorde, by appointment.
New York State's Department of Health has compiled a resource directory of HIV testing and counseling service providers, by county.
Provides free and confidential STD clinics to the public, all of which offer HIV testing and counseling. This page lists the clinics' locations and hours in every borough.
Offers confidential HIV testing to both women and men. Pre- and post-test counseling is provided at their locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
A confidential, toll-free help line for New York City residents. Trained mental health professionals help callers find the most appropriate mental health and substance abuse services for their needs.
Support and Advocacy
The Connections Place offers a four-month job preparedness program in order to help people with borderline personality disorder identify and obtain meaningful professional work.
NAMI-NYC Metro provides support, education and advocacy for families and individuals who live with mental illness. Services include support groups, courses about mental illnesses and their treatments, informational updates for its members, and educational outreach. Their Helpline provides information and referrals, and can be reached at 212-684-3264.