- HIV TEST
- STIs TEST
- STIs Treatment
Established in 1989.
Formerly named Asian and Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, we were founded in 1989 to address unmet HIV/AIDS-related needs of Asians and Pacific Islanders in New York City. Founding an LGBT Center Our founders worked with Native American leaders to disaggregate “Asians and Pacific Islanders” and “Native Americans” from an “Other” category in HIV/AIDS surveillance data. Their successful advocacy opened the doors to government and private funding streams that enabled us to build a continuum of HIV/AIDS services, starting with prevention education and outreach to HIV primary care. Evolving to a Community Health Center In 2009 after two decades of HIV-focused practice, we expanded our nationally recognized HIV care model to include general primary care. This expansion initially included offering primary care to HIV-negative people who were at high risk for HIV, which then led to the establishment of an LGBT clinic, an STI clinic, and Hepatitis screening, immunization and treatment.
We deliver affordable health care and support services in a space that is welcoming to everyone, particularly people living with HIV/AIDS, individuals identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT), Asian & Pacific Islanders and other people of color. We provide primary care, HIV specialty care, and sexual health services such as HIV/STI testing, as well as a number of prevention, health education and behavioral health programs that are sensitive to your unique needs.