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Education Campaigns

GMHC leads a multi-channel, sexual health education campaigns targeting a variety of audiences. A sample of these campaigns are shown below.

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Achieve

Achieve is a quarterly journal on HIV prevention, treatment, and politics distributed to people living with HIV, their care providers, and policymakers. GMHC, in collaboration

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ROAH 2.0 Studies

In follow up to ACRIA’s 2006 Research on Older Adults with HIV (ROAH) study, the ACRIA Center for HIV and Aging at GMHC launched ROAH

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HIV Treatments

There are now a number of HIV treatment drugs available to people living with HIV, but there is still no cure for HIV or AIDS.

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HIV Transmission

Most people have few, if any, symptoms for several months, or even several years after contracting HIV. But, once HIV enters into the body, it

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What is AIDS?

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) refers to the condition that develops as a result of untreated HIV infection. An AIDS diagnosis is made if a

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What Is HIV?

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a virus that attacks and breaks down the body’s immune system over time. The immune system is the internal “defense

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Food Stamps

If you receive Public Assistance you will automatically receive Food Stamps. If you do not receive Public Assistance, you will have to file a Food

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Medicaid

Medicaid is a government health insurance program administered by the Human Resources Administration in the City of New York. It provides comprehensive health care coverage as

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Public Assistance (PA)

Those who have never had an HIV symptom and can’t become a HASA client may be eligible for Public Assistance through a Human Resources Administration Job

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Financial Management

Financial Management offers representative payee services for HASA-referred clients who are facing eviction and possible homelessness. Financial Management provides stable monthly budget management and oversees rent

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