New York City
Since our founding in 1990, we have been at the forefront of advocacy efforts to ensure that New York City provides housing and related supportive services to low-income and homeless New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. We closely track the city agency charged with overseeing subsidies for poor New Yorkers with AIDS, the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA), and we push for improvements and expansion of HASA services.
Every year, we doggedly lobby the mayor and city council to make the best funding decisions around HIV prevention and care, especially for those most at-risk: drug users, transgender people, people of color, the poor, the homeless, and those with mental illnesses. Sometimes our lobbying takes the form of rallies, protests, and creative civil disobedience actions.
AIDS Issues Update Blog
The next steps towards Ending the AIDS Epidemic in New York State by 2020 are underway. A series of statewide regional discussions are being scheduled to engage community partners in moving the Ending the Epidemic Blueprint into Action! Participants will receive updated information about HIV/AIDS in …
Put the “Public” Back in Public Health: ACT UP Town Hall on the Closure of the Chelsea STD Clinic
Tuesday, September 1st at 6:30 PM
The LGBT Center, 208 West 13th Street, Room 301 New York, NY 10011
On the evening of September 1st, ACT …
Poz Magazine, the groundbreaking and award-winning magazine for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, chose the Housing Works Undetectables program for the cover story of their September issue! The article features interviews with Undetectables program participants London Gray, Benjamin Ball, Adonis Porch, and Ervin Rogers …
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