END AIDS. LIVE LIFE.
Serving New Yorkers living with and affected by HIV/AIDS
GMHC ﬁghts to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected.
The hearts of everyone at GMHC ache for the victims of the Colorado Springs attack and the entire LGBTQ+ community. Here we are again, with yet another act of domestic terrorism. We mourn for all victims. And we know that, on the eve of the 2022 Transgender Day of Remembrance,
As GMHC enters its 41st year in the fight against HIV and AIDS, we will join together for a special evening of Out of the Darkness events on World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, to remember those who have died and raise awareness about the ongoing HIV and AIDS pandemic. “It’s
GMHC kicked off the holidays with a special Thanksgiving Grab n’ Go meal distribution for both clients and the public. In December, we’ll be delivering abundant holiday meals and gift bags to clients—and taking part in a toy drive for client families, thanks to the SoMWA Foundation. Rising food prices
New CDC research shows a high incidence of severe MPV (monkeypox) cases for people with untreated HIV, which makes HIV testing and treatment critical for people in high-risk categories for MPV. The MPV outbreak has largely subsided, both in New York City and nationally, thanks to high uptake of vaccines