About This Service

Our wellness program offers an integrated approach to health and wellness which includes complementary therapies, opportunities to express emotions associated with living with and being affected by HIV/AIDS through creative outlets, and cultural outings. Our wellness programs are especially helpful for clients who may experience social isolation and stigma.

Wellness Classes

Clients are encouraged to utilize the links to wellness activities that may help with lowering stress and increasing energy levels. We also offer virtual art and creative writing classes to support clients in exploring their creativity and as a means of artistic expression to relieve stress in daily life.


Frequently Asked Questions

No. Our wellness services are designed to serve the needs of all individuals regardless of HIV status.

Due to COVID-19, staff are providing remote (via-phone) intake services for people who wish to become a GMHC client and access services. We are also contacting clients in need of reassessments and conducting reassessments via phone. Staff will assess client needs and make referrals as appropriate both internally and externally. Contact: Denise Roman, senior intake specialist, deniser@gmhc.org, or (212) 367-1133

Yes, our services have different eligibility requirements. An intake specialist can help you understand requirements for our different services.


Shelley Levine, director of training and volunteer center, at shelleyl@gmhc.org