- LGBT Health
- Get Linked
- HIV/STI 101
A community-based, not-for-profit human service agency whose mission is to reduce the impact and incidence of HIV/AIDS and other serious medical and social conditions.
Albany, 518.434.4686; Hudson Falls, 518.974.0703; Hudson, 518.928.3624; Plattsburgh, 518.563.2437; Schenectady, 518.346.9772
Catholic Charities Care Coordination Services 518.449.3581
Catholic Charities offers assistance to those living with HIV/AIDS to access and coordinate needed medical, financial, psychosocial, mental health, substance abuse treatment and other needed services. Referrals by providers or self-referrals may be made to the Albany office for residents of Albany, Rensselaer, Columbia and Greene Counties.
Albany Damien Center 518.449.7119
This Damien Center is a drop-in community center for persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. The Center strives to create an environment where people can gather to share information, experiences, and make new friends.
This website is the official site for gays and lesbians, with a comprehensive business & services directory of local gay-owned and gay-friendly businesses in the Capital District.
Pride Center of the Capital Region 518.462.6138
Promotes the well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer identified people and those affected by discrimination based on gender identity and expression. The doors are open here, so drop by their spot on 332 Hudson Ave and say hello.
Support for AIDS Services and Housing (SASH) 518.463.5373
The mission of Support Ministries is to provide safe, secure and supportive housing to persons living with HIV/AIDS in the Capital District based on individual need.
HomoRadio WRPI 91.5 RM, Sunday 10:00am – 2:00pm
HomoRadio features LGBT news, interviews, event listings, giveaways, music by LGBT artists, humor, and more.
Middle Earth Peer Assistance Program Middle Health Hotline, 518.442.5777
This SUNY Albany program provides telephone hotline and online peer assistance, peer education and peer career advisement services to assist students in meeting their educational goals and in coping with emotional, social and other life issues that they face. The hotline is open from noon to midnight Monday through Thursday and 24 hours a day on Friday through Sunday.
Visit Gaychurch.org for a list of gay friendly churches in New York. The Pride Center's CommUNITY Magazine also lists gay affirming religious/spiritual community spaces.
GLSEN NYCR 518.635.0552
The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, New York Capital Region (GLSEN NYCR) strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
Rainbow Access Initiative 518.227.4880
Seeks to inform and educate health care and human professionals in the unique aspects of LGBTQ specific health issues, and to inform and educate the LGBTQ public about options they have in obtaining culturally-competent treatment.
Albany, NY 12207